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IN FRATERNAM MEAM
Wednesday, February 14, 2007
STREET FOOD OF THE WORLD
Hot dogs in the U.S., maize on the cob in Tanzania, and crepes in France. In nearly every country of the world, street vendors serve up fast, cheap, tasty snacks. These are just a few.

India
Pani puri (also called golgappa)Potato cubes, chickpeas, and tomatoes are stuffed in a fried flour shell, then drenched in a tamarind sauce.


Mexico
Paleta de Mango Pierced with a stick, then peeled and scored into sections, the fruit is sprinkled with lime juice, chili powder and salt.


Poland
Obwarzanki Bread rings, brushed with egg white to add shine, are tied together with a string to hang around the neck or wrist.


Germany
Currywurst Grilled pork sausage is sliced and topped with a few squirts of ketchup then dusted with curry powder. It's served with a roll or fries.


Brazil
Acaraje Fritters of mashed black-eyed peas are filled with vatapa, a sun-dried shrimp puree mixed with okra, tomatoes and cilantro.



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