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Street snacks
Posted by: HoboSylvain | 2015-01-20 17:36:52 | Pasto, Narino, Colombia
Keywords: street food
Have you ever tried freshly made chips? I have on many occasions in Mexico and in Colombia. These are made just in front of you on the sidewalk. In Southern Colombia, the carts are making 3 types of snacks: French fries, fried banana (plantain) and (in the middle of the picture), something made from corn flour, greasy and with a vague taste of bacon.



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