Ohm'god! †So many streets, so little time!
Dim sum at any of 10 different shops on Clement Street in San Francisco. †(3/1.00 to .50 ea.)
Barbeque pork rolls at Little Paris, Clement Street, SF: barbequed pork, rice noodles, bean sprouts, mint, cilantro rolled in softened rice paper, served with fish sauce for dipping. †Ū.50 for 2 7"rolls
Lengua tacos (.50 ea) served with salsa, lime and jalapeno from the la Bamba tacomobile on the main drag in Lodi, CA.
Coctel mixtos (prawn, octopus, crab, avocado) at the Lainy College flea market, Sunday mornings. †ů.50 †Puerco tamales from the same vendor †ũ.50
Super tacos at Tacqueria Zapata on 18th and Collingsworth in San Francisco. Made to order with your choice of beans, meat, salsa plus lettuce, white cheese, sour cream, guacamole, tomato, onion slices, cilantro: ū.25 †Of course served with chips and all you can eat jalapenos, radishes and lime.
Fried clams at Woodman's in Essex, MA.
French fries from the french-fries-only stand at Renninger's Kutztown Antique Extravaganza, April and September.
Just about anything you buy from City Bakery on E.17th St. in NYC and scarf on the street.
Spinach and white cheese puff pastry tarts in Camden Town, London on Sundays. (I can hear my husband yelling at me that I am dripping butter down my good clothes; couldn't have cared less.)
Fresh mozerella and tomato pizza served from the brick oven at the marketplace in Gubbio, Italy.
Gyros (pitas filled with grilled mystery meat, lettuce, tomato, onion, tziztiki) from the store front on Athinas Street in Athens. †The place with the bells that jingle all the time.
Bulgarian yoghurt ice cream at the stand in the Tuillieres, just west of the Place du Carrousel in Paris.