Slice of fried gold

Powdered sugar evidence

Can’t remember if this was the leftovers from beignet or a bit of funnel cake. Either way, Kelly was happy.

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Chicago, that meaty town

I'm vegetarian now but that looks damn good

During my swing through the Midwest this summer, I ended up spending an afternoon at the Taste of Chicago. It seems a bit diminished from my memories of years past.

But there was still plenty of opportunity for expensive if also tasty food. And take pictures of strangers eating glorious haunches of meat that I no longer consume myself.

This gentleman, who I believe is named Dave, was willing to let a strange man photograph him eating. I even told him I would be posting this on my blog. Brave, that guy.

And the juicy, saucy detail shot:

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Hungry?

Spicy mutton tikka

Spicy mutton tikka

Tender mutton skewered and grilled over charcoal, basted with sauce. Served with onion, lime and roti. Costs only 55 rupees at a little street stall in Paharganj, but tastes like heaven.

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Antananarivo: cheap, culinary heaven

Chez Sucett's

Chez Sucett's

On a darkened street, in a pouring rain, after walking past it twice, I finally spied the door I was looking for. Inside, I found the best meal I’ve perhaps ever had. Photos and menu after the jump.

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