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Old 04-27-2010, 07:45 PM
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Reading this article has caused my mouth to water!

In Seattle, go for the salmon, of course.

In Manila, definitely try adobo, pancit, lumpia, lechon, and halo halo dessert.

In Lisbon, tuck in some grilled sardines.

In Prague, I always start dinner with a bowl of garlic soup. Yummy.

In Buenos Aires, dinner is always a steak.

In Tokyo, I eat fried chicken nuggets for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
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Old 04-28-2010, 05:11 PM
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Mexico - street side taco vendors. The more locals gathered around the better.

Tokyo- Broiled eel. YUMMY
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Old 04-28-2010, 05:20 PM
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anthony bourdain!

follow the carts with meats on sticks when traveling in asia.

Hey, ms vagabond, when was the last time you had fish balls on a stick in manila? aah, fried foods are the best
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I always try to eat local.
Only eat bread in Europe as itís good enough to kill for.
Yes, I would murder you for an end cap of European Multi grain.....bread.
Seriously....itís that good
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Can I un-apply this rule to both Dakar and China?
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Originally Posted by vagabond View Post
Reading this article has caused my mouth to water!

In Seattle, go for the salmon, of course.

In Manila, definitely try adobo, pancit, lumpia, lechon, and halo halo dessert.

In Lisbon, tuck in some grilled sardines.

In Prague, I always start dinner with a bowl of garlic soup. Yummy.

In Buenos Aires, dinner is always a steak.

In Tokyo, I eat fried chicken nuggets for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
I agree with Prague. The Olomuc soup (garlic and old cheese) is delish!! Sadly, no more street sausage in the main square
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