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2012.08.29

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thyme (sarah)

Fabulous! How fun to find a niche that captures sales through people's love of imagination and creativity!

jodi

wow. I want a dragon cruller!

Jay

Couldn't agree more. Street vendors have been part of food innovation in Asia, I guess this is the reason why many like myself have a huge respect for their creativity and acumen

cooking.eating.carousing.

I wonder if they're the same as the indonesian fried dough called "cakwe".

eunice

wow. this is so amazing! I hope that there will be something like this in Philippines :D

Veronica May

What wonderful photos you have! I used to eat these all the time in Thailand, so yum. The dragon one is impressive!

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