Monday, July 09, 2007

New Street Food in Ontario

There's a lot of amazing street eats in Asia. In Bangkok, f'rinstance, there's an endless variety of curries and fresh prepared meals available for a song on almost any sidewalk. In Osaka there's cabbage yaki, okonomi yaki, meat on sticks, fried mochi and so forth.
Thus far, Ontario has largely been limited to poutine and hotdogs. And now it looks like cultural diversity is coming to a sidewalk near you:

New street treats approved for Ontario
Health Minister George Smitherman said his government has updated food regulations to allow the sale of salads, fruit, hamburgers, pizza, samosas, non-dairy smoothies, burritos, corn on the cob and baked goods, starting Aug. 1.

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