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04/19/2012

Gourmet at street corner in South Sudan

I will introduce the gourmet at street corner of Juba, capital of South Sudan.

This burger shop in Juba town is always crowded with people. It is closed in the afternoon because the burgers are sold out. This shop serves a variety of taste, chicken, beef, liver, fish, beans and vegetables. It may be one of the reasons of the popularity. Meats burned over the counter are very nice fragrance.

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Fish Burger: lower left, chicken burger :lower right, Beef Burger: on the center
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There is also fresh juice, lemon, orange, pineapple, Guaba etc.. Those are served in daily
Lemon juice
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On the streets, thin-baked bread, called chapati, are sold. They stuff thin-baked egg into chapati deftly.
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Topped with tomato slices and raw onion
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It is easy-to-eat dish for breakfast, lunch and evening snacks.
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In the market, there are a lot of household goods. Food is one of their representatives. In front of a shop which provides delicious cuisine, lots of people get together.
Crispier chickens are faintly spicy.
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French fries to fried chicken
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Fried bread, called Mandaji
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Here is snacks, called Tamiya. Exquisite seasoning, crispy coat and the fragrant is very addictive. It is the food like pork cutlet without pork meat.
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Women are frying Tamiya in the streets, giving out flashes of Tamiya aroma.
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April 19, 2012 in South Sudan |