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KCRW's Daily Global Street Food Photos: A Countdown, of Sorts

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Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 11:00 AM

click to enlarge Indonesian street bike, via Marc on KCRW's Good Food blog.
Kind of like an advent calendar leading up to the big day, KCRW's Good Food blog will be posting a daily photo (or photos) of street food from around the world everyday now through May 1st, when the station's Global Street Food event hits Santa Monica's Broad Stage.

Evan Kleiman (chef/owner of Angeli Caffe, host of KCRW's Good Food) will lead a panel including OC Weekly Managing Editor and food contributor Gustavo Arellano, as well as Lesley Téllez of Eat Mexico and Robyn Eckhardt of Time Out Kuala Lumpur and the Lonely Planet guides, as they discuss street food from around the world and how it influences local culinary culture.

So far, photos from South Korea, Istanbul Vienna and South Korea (pictured above) have appeared, all sent in by KCRW listeners. Any and all are invited to submit their pics to goodfood@kcrw.com.

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