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Street Food, goop’d

We love street food, and for great reason. Quick, cheap and full of flavor, nothing can give you a sense of a place better than its big, local flavors. Since we try to keep it clean over here (for the most part) we have tweaked some of our faves to give them a goop bent.

Grilled Corn with Queso Fresco Lime and Chili

Grilled Corn with Queso Fresco, Lime & Chili

You can find grilled corn on the street in many different countries, but we particularly love the Mexican version with queso fresco, lime and chili.

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Brown Rice Onigiri

Brown Rice Onigiri, Japan

These Japanese fast food morsels are great food on the go, especially if using veggies as the filling.

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Papaya Salad, Thailand

Papaya Salad, Thailand

Inspired by Thai street dish “Som Tam,” we use ripe papaya (easier to find stateside) instead of the raw green papaya found in the Thai version and skip the dried shrimp. This is ubiquitous on the city streets, usually served with a side of sticky rice.

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Chicken Gyro Salad, Greece

Chicken Gyro Salad, Greece

Inspired by the super-tasty classic Greek gyro, we marinate and then grill chicken strips and serve over tomato, onion, cucumber salad with pita ‘croutons’ and tzatiki dressing for a lighter, healthier version.

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Buckwheat Chocolate-Hazelnut Crêpes, France

Buckwheat Chocolate-Hazelnut Crêpes, France

Inspired by the classic Nutella crêpes found all over Paris, we give ours a gluten-free makeover by using buckwheat flour, which lends a deliciously nutty undertone, and is actually the signature crêpe of Brittany. Breizh Café‎ in Paris is famous for their galettes de blé noir (buckwheat crêpes) and prove that this classic indulgence made a tiny bit healthier can still be just as delicious.

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Photography by Ali Allen.

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