Postcards tagged: Street Food
BROOKLYN – One woman harvests the bounty of Kings County in time for lunch.
AUSTIN – Paul Qui had invented a dish that he knew would drive the drunk crowd nuts: deep-fried roasted beets dusted with shichimi and dressed with kewpie mayo. Beets? For real.
The smell of baking bread fills the air and the scent of spices tickle the nose. Alleys twist and turn in every direction to picturesque mosques and tucked away khans. A reader story.
PARIS, France – There's more to Paris than coffee and croissants, fine wines and soufflés. You simply must make room for falafel.
SHANGHAI, China – An American discovers the ultimate, life-redefining breakfast in China. Now how can he recreate it back home in New York?
LONDON, England – Hackney market is the new hub of cutting-edge Londoners — and a place of charm few tourists experience.
VIEQUES, USA – By nice coincidence, my and his stops in Vieques recently overlapped, which gave me the opportunity to sample the island's street food offerings with one of the most celebrated chefs in the world. He picked the spots.