We have a hunch that people have gone poutine-crazy just because it's called poutine. A French name (it literally means "mess") gives a hint of the exotic — can you imagine a ton of places putting "gravy cheese fries" on their menu? But regardless of the reason, it's cold out and we're ...
The street sausage - It’s available worldwide, from pushcarts in Chicago and Ottawa to the ‘burgs of Germany and beyond; everyone seems to have their local sausage that is the best and not to be missed.
Doners ::: An absolutely heavenly “sandwich” of Turkish influence that can be found cheap all over Europe, doner is traditionally made with roasted lamb meat, but sometimes beef or chicken, and salad on a round of flat bread with a tangy white yogurt sauce. With it’s origins in Ottoman turkey and variants found as far and wide as the Philippines, Australia and the Netherlands, you’re likely to find a doner somewhere on your travels.
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