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חשבונות האינסטגרם הכי מדהימים: מל אוכלת מסביב לעולם

מאת: הלידרים | 9 באוקטובר 2017

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לחם עם חזיר בבנגקוק, תאילנד

🇹🇭 This is a mystery snack we found at a street market in the chinatown area of Bangkok a few months ago. It’s a thin bread topped with some sort of minced meat, then deep fried to crispiness. Served with sweet and sour chili sauce. From googling, I think it’s Thai Pork Toast (Khanom Pang Nha Moo) but I can’t be sure. If you know what this is, please comment below and let me know! . What I love most about this shot is the background itself. it perfectly captures the colorful organized chaos that is Bangkok street food scene. See the food cart behind me? Each time a car passes by (yes, cars STILL pass by despite this road being narrow and jam-packed by food carts and pedestrians), the lady manning the cart would simply push her cart diagonally to the side to let the car through. Then, once the car has expertly navigated its way out of the narrow road (a mandatory driving skill if you are to ever drive anywhere in south east asia), she would push her cart back onto the road and resume business as if she’s not in the middle of the road blocking traffic. I observed her doing this twice in the short time that we were walking down that street. Amazing! . #GirlEatBangkok #ShotOniPhone #bangkok #thailand #streetfood #girleatworld #mysteryfood

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ביגל’ה בקרקוב,  פולין

 

🇵🇱 I was blessed with a great weather and clear blue skies in #Krakow, Poland. This is Obwarzanek Krakowski, a very, very popular street snack in Krakow – I mean… it even has “Krakow” in its name! It’s a ring-shaped bread that are very similar to bagels, but on the street it’s not sold with any kind of spread or fillings so you might find it bland unless you eat it with something else. It’s a widely accepted history that Obwarzanek has been on the streets of Krakow since 1394. Obwarzanek means “to boil”, referring to the way this bread is made – boiked and then sprinkled with salt and some toppings. I’ve seen it topped with white sesame seeds or poppy seeds (like the one I have in the picture). I also saw a few vendors with cheese topping but I didn’t get the chance to try those. Obwarzanek was originally baked only during Lent, but nowadays they are available all year round. They are hard to miss when you are in Krakow – there are 180 street carts selling these around the city!

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קורטוש ברובע היהודי בבודפשט, הונגריה

 

🇭🇺 Chimney Cake (aka Kürtőskalács in Hungarian) at the Jewish quarter of Budapest. I first saw this in Prague when I visited four years ago. It was everywhere there, so I assumed it’s a czech treat – I was quite surprised to find out it’s actually Hungarian! Chimney Cake is made by wrapping a dough around a spit and baking them in open fire by rolling the spit. The result is a cake that is hollow in the middle, resembling a chimney! It dates back to the Medieval times in 1450 and used to be festive food, but these days they are available for regular consumption. It usually comes in various flavors like vanilla, chocolate and cinnamon. This was taken on Kacinczy street, where Budapest’s pioneer ruin pub Szimpla Kert is located. Ruin pubs are all the rage in Budapest. They are bars that are housed in what used to be abandoned buildings from the war era. the place feels gritty with mismatched furnitures and random decorations. —- I’m currently in Prague, and heading out to Krakow tonight by overnight train. If you have any recommendations please comment below 😋

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חטיף פירות בבונד בשנגחאי, סין

 

Good day, Shanghai 🇨🇳 Bingtang hu lu while strolling around The Bund. Bing tang hu lu is a candied fruit snack on skewers that is very popular in China. I love it – the taste is a wonderful mix of sweet and a tinge of sour, and the texture is a contrast of crunchy on the outside from the hard candy coating and soft in the inside from the fruit itself. I can never finish the entire skewer by myself though! 😵 It’s a bit cloudy in the picture but since then the weather in Shanghai has just been absolutely perfect! It’s a bit cold for me because I get cold very easily, but I can’t really complain with 15C, clear blue skies and sunshine. I hope you are enjoying the last day of 2016 🙂 i sure will be! Happy New Year everybody! #ShotOniPhone #GirlEatWorld #GirlEatShanghai

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גלידת תה ירוק בקיוטו, יפן

 

צמר גפן מתוק בסידני, אוסטרליה

שמפניה בסינגפור

 

ליקר פירות בלונדון

 

לחמניית באן אננס בהונג קונג

 

Bo lo yao (Pineapple 🍍 Bun) with iced butter on my last night in Hong Kong. SO YUMMY! I know this is typically eaten in the day but I was so busy working today I couldn’t even step out for breakfast or lunch 😭 This super soft and sweet bun, despite its name, does not have pineapple in it. Instead the ‘pineapple’ refers to the rough sugary crust which in some versions of the bun makes it resemble the scaly exterior of a pineapple. You can have it plain (bo lo bao) or with cold slice of butter (bo lo yao) like I did! i got mine from Tsui Wah and they really did serve the butter on ice o.O The pineapple bun is so popular in Hong Kong that the government has included it as Hong Kong’s intangible cultural heritage. Best part is — Only HK$12!! HK$6 for the bun and another HK$6 for the butter! #girleathk

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