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My goodness, that sounds wonderful. Germany is on our bucket list so you never know, maybe someday I'll get to try it!
Yum--warm, soft pretzels and burritos. I could eat them right now!
I've never heard of marquesitas, but you can be sure I'll try one when I have a chance. I find any crisp pastry irresistible. : )
Tamales are made here in Peru, but I prefer Mexican tamales. I've never had one with mole, but I'm sure it would be an instant favorite. Thanks for your interesting and mouth-watering answer!
I don't have much experience with African cuisine, but you're making my mouth water, too! I'll have to see if I can find a recipe online. Thank you!
I love the crunchy texture and tangy flavor of Papdi Chaat. I've never tried Panipuri, but I'm sure it's also delicious. I'll look into making it at home. Thanks for your comment!
That's right, Andy Griffith did eat hotdogs outside of the Courthouse! Sometimes it's nice to go back to basics. Thanks for your comment, Ericdierker.
What is alcapurria like? (A beautiful word, by the way)
It is grated green banana and yautia (a root vegetable common in the Caribbean) fritter stuffed with seasoned ground beef. In some beach kiosks you can also find alcapurrias de jueyes (stuffed with crab).
Fried fritters are always yummy and the island version sounds even better.
I'm hungry, so this isn't a good time to read such a mouth-watering description of tapiocas. : ) We may travel to Brazil soon, so we'll add it to our list of foods to try! Thanks!
Oooh, empanadas and paletas are popular in Peru, too. Yum!
It's interesting to read about foods from other cultures. I've heard about the undeveloped duck eggs but have never tasted them. The chopped garlic, onion and vinegar says delicious!
Interesting! I'll stick to the fish 'n' chips next time we travel!
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It's nice you enjoy the local specialties.
I love kabab!