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Europe’s Most Popular Street Foods

Street food had become a buzzword recently, mainly because of its booming market all over the world. In the US, food trucks have breathed new life into the meaning of street food. A cuisine that once only included hot dogs and snow cones now encourages all sorts of portable culinary creations: chilled cookie dough, black-bean burgers, fried pineapple, and so much more! Across the pond in Europe, street food has remained a must-have in order to feed crowded streets of tourists and late-night party goers. Every country seems to have its own take on a potable staple, and here are some of the most popular ones. Everywhere- Kebab: When in the US, the word “kebab” is usually associated with a skew

Why Your Favorite “Italian” Food Might Not Be Served in Italy

There are a few subtle differences when it comes to authentic Italian food and the more familiar American-Italian foods. For starters, in Italy you won’t find any cheesy garlic bread or bottomless breadsticks as starters, but rather usually only a sliced baguette with some balsamic vinegar and olive oil for dipping. In fact, there are many dishes that most Americans think are “authentically Italian,” but in reality don’t even exist there. The most famous Italian dish is arguably spaghetti and meatballs. However, that staple would appall nearly every Italian nonna who takes pride in her culinary heritage. Although both of these dishes are often served by themselves, the combination of the two



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