September 5, 2007 8:23pm CST
Are you enjoying eating street foods? Here in our country we have variety of choices to choose from. And its like peeps here in our country enjoy eating street foods. Now a days the most popular food is Kalamares.. squid with flour and dip it to vinegar with onions and chili pepper.. But honestly i dont eat kalamares especially on streets. hehe.. i'd prefer easting fishballs, squid balls and kikiam.. and there's this food we call them tokneneng or kwek kwek for others, a quail egg dipped in color orange flour.. how bout you? do you enjoy eating street foods?? why and wht not? share your thoughts, opinions.. thanks!.. good day!
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6 Sep 07
Nope I don't enjoy those pikapika though I'm not against those people vending it. Sometimes I find some vendors untidy. I have kids and i think it's inappropriate for them to see me munching, for i was the one telling them not to patronize those SF(I don't want to offend anybody!).For some health reason. Rather i go to the grocery and purchase some of them and make my own dipping, there's an assurance that is clean and healthy.(no offense)Try making it at home maybe at first you'll have a hard time but i assure you you'll enjoy it. My whole family loves calamari but it's definitely homemade. Try it and you'll like it.
6 Sep 07
yup...love all what you have mentioned.... i used not to eat those things but after graduation when i went to work away from home to another city, i have learned to eat street foods..my officemates would often tell me that working people in coats do eat those things hehehe well actually they told me to learn eat those things as means of surviving wherever your assignments might lead you...you should not let your tummy get hungry when you are in a new place..
• United States
6 Sep 07
Around me, there isn't that much street food available. When there is street food, most places in the US have things like hotdogs, sausages, burritos, and maybe falafels if you can find them. As a result, I don't eat that much street food. If I had the same variety available as some other countries do, I know that I would eat street food a lot more often.