Friday, April 23, 2010

Street Food

Just wrote an article on a small food stall that serves up some of the best Chinese vegetarian dishes I have ever had. This is the same couple that cooks for the temple and I hope thier business takes off, not just because I know them but because I'd like to see more street food.

In Korea and Europe street food is pretty common, here not so much. The little food stalls give a person a real taste of the country and it's fun to watch the food being prepared. It would be nice to see more of it here in the Far West Valley, soemthing beyond a hotdog cart or unlicensed ice cream truck.


At 1:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

or perhaps
bbq'd lamb cart


At 8:41 PM, Blogger K9 said...

har! /t.

we cant have street food! we have pinheads that protect us from authentic home cooks and deliver us to corpo burgers all day long. makes ya wanna howl.

interesting menu items. a fun street art.

At 1:56 PM, Blogger boneman said...

As it turns out, I thought it was a lost art, too.
But then I visited San Francisco for a couple days, and wow. Everywhere there's street chow.
In Indy, 'street food' is chow tossed on the sidewalks.
Then it dawned on me...SF doesn't have bugs the way Indiana does.

At 4:56 PM, Blogger nanuk said...

Cripes, in Montreal street food (even ice cream) is banned outright! Bastards!!

At 9:18 AM, Blogger The Phosgene Kid said...

The other thing I miss is the open markets. I never had so much fun shopping.

At 3:19 AM, Blogger Indigo said...

Indigo Incarnates

When Doug and I visited NYC recently, we noticed that it's getting easier to get Middle Eastern fool from street vendors. I like falafal a lot!

At 4:24 PM, Blogger Little Lamb said...

Street food is best eaten outside. Never mind about the bbq'd lamb cart.

At 2:08 PM, Blogger evalinn said...



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