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Boeing 777. GE90-115B Engine Start and Full Power Take Off. Cathay Pacific
 
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Nice view of the jet engine at startup and takeoff. GE 90 Jet engine
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London Street Food. Italian Pasta Hand Made in Camden Lock Market
 
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A great dish of Linguine with peesto sauce seen, smelled and eaten in Camden Lock market
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The Drunk Bandits. Living Statues. London
 
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Street Performance Seen in Piccadilly Circus, London. Street Performer and Street Art
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The Floating and Levitating Man.  TRICK REVEALED (step-by-step) !
 
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Seen in London There is a steel plate on the pavement, covered with a grey carpet. In the corner of the plate, there is a rod sticking out. Into this, the there is a steel platform, on which the performers sits. The steel tube which holds the platform runs up his left sleeve.
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London Street Food. The "Arepa" from Venezuela and Fried Bananas. Camden Lock Market
 
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Arepa is a flatbread made of ground maize dough or cooked flour prominent in the cuisine of Venezuela and Colombia. It is eaten daily in those countries and can be served with various accompaniments such as cheese (cuajada), avocado, or (especially in Venezuela) split and used to make sandwiches.
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Thai Street Food in Bangkok. Cooking Kanom Krok Coconut Pancakes
 
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Thai food in Thailand's Capital
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The Kurtos Kalacs. Italy Street Food from Hungary, Romania and Transylvania. Eaten in Turin
 
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Seen in Turin, Italy. Kürtőskalács or Kurtos Kalacs is a popular pastry specific to Hungarian-speaking regions, more predominantly, the Szekely land. Kürtőskalács is made from sweet, yeast dough (raised dough), of which a strip is spun and then wrapped around a truncated cone–shaped baking spit, and rolled in granulated sugar. It is baked above charcoal cinders while lubricated with melted butter, until its surface gets a golden-brown color. During the baking process the sugar stuck on kürtőskalács becomes caramel and forms shiny, crispy crust on the cake. The surface of cake can then be provided with additional toppings such as ground walnut or cinnamon powder. Kürtőskalács is made of a relatively hard and dry yeast-dough. A "twine" of dough is wrapped around the length of the spit, and then the spit with the strip of dough on it is rolled in sugar. Before or during baking, it's brushed with melted butter. The cake is ready when its surface has an even, brownish–red color. Strictly, homemade kürtőskalács can be made exclusively from natural ingredients (flour, sugar, milk, butter, eggs, yeast and salt). For other variants, of all ingredients it is merely margarine and vanilla sugar powder that can be synthetic, including ingredients of the final topping. Wiping with melted butter while baking Kürtőskalács can be enriched by further aromas and flavors if the completed cake is provided a final topping. Any topping can be used that does not contain salt, cheese, meat or other non-confectionery ingredients. Among pastries that are most closely related to kürtőskalács, the Transylvanian Saxon Baumstriezel has a cylinder shape, rather than a helix. Skalicky Trdelnik from Slovakia (formerly Upper Hungary), as well as Trdlo/Trdelnice/Trdelnik from the Czech–Moravian region, differ from kürtőskalács in that there is no caramel sugar glaze applied to their surface. Neighboring nations have their own names for the cake. Amongst Saxons, who earlier dwelt in Transylvania, the literal translation of the word kürtőskalács, i.e. Schornsteinkuchen, became popular. Poles and Romanians use both the phonetic transcription of the word kürtőskalács and the translation of the adjective – noun cluster of magyar kalács/Hungarian Kalách or székely kalács/Szekler Kalách (Kurtoszkalacz or Wegierski kolacz and respectively Colac Secuiesc or Cozonac Secuiesc). Other languages use either a phonetic transcription of the entire compound word (Kurtosh Kalach), or a phonetic transcription of the cluster’s first element, i.e. ‘kürtős’ – Kurtosh followed by a translation of its second element, 'kalács', "cake" (from Wikipedia)
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London Street Food. The Kurtos Kalacs Sweet from Hungary, Romania and Transylvania
 
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Seen in Brick Lane, London. Kürtőskalács or Kurtos Kalacs is a popular pastry specific to Hungarian-speaking regions, more predominantly, the Szekely land. Kürtőskalács is made from sweet, yeast dough (raised dough), of which a strip is spun and then wrapped around a truncated cone–shaped baking spit, and rolled in granulated sugar. It is baked above charcoal cinders while lubricated with melted butter, until its surface gets a golden-brown color. During the baking process the sugar stuck on kürtőskalács becomes caramel and forms shiny, crispy crust on the cake. The surface of cake can then be provided with additional toppings such as ground walnut or cinnamon powder. Kürtőskalács is made of a relatively hard and dry yeast-dough. A "twine" of dough is wrapped around the length of the spit, and then the spit with the strip of dough on it is rolled in sugar. Before or during baking, it's brushed with melted butter. The cake is ready when its surface has an even, brownish–red color. Strictly, homemade kürtőskalács can be made exclusively from natural ingredients (flour, sugar, milk, butter, eggs, yeast and salt). For other variants, of all ingredients it is merely margarine and vanilla sugar powder that can be synthetic, including ingredients of the final topping. Wiping with melted butter while baking Kürtőskalács can be enriched by further aromas and flavors if the completed cake is provided a final topping. Any topping can be used that does not contain salt, cheese, meat or other non-confectionery ingredients. Among pastries that are most closely related to kürtőskalács, the Transylvanian Saxon Baumstriezel has a cylinder shape, rather than a helix. Skalicky Trdelnik from Slovakia (formerly Upper Hungary), as well as Trdlo/Trdelnice/Trdelnik from the Czech–Moravian region, differ from kürtőskalács in that there is no caramel sugar glaze applied to their surface. Neighboring nations have their own names for the cake. Amongst Saxons, who earlier dwelt in Transylvania, the literal translation of the word kürtőskalács, i.e. Schornsteinkuchen, became popular. Poles and Romanians use both the phonetic transcription of the word kürtőskalács and the translation of the adjective – noun cluster of magyar kalács/Hungarian Kalách or székely kalács/Szekler Kalách (Kurtoszkalacz or Wegierski kolacz and respectively Colac Secuiesc or Cozonac Secuiesc). Other languages use either a phonetic transcription of the entire compound word (Kurtosh Kalach), or a phonetic transcription of the cluster’s first element, i.e. ‘kürtős’ – Kurtosh followed by a translation of its second element, 'kalács', "cake" (from Wikipedia)
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Huge Filled Fried Churros. South American Street Food seen in London, Greenwich Market
 
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Great BeatBox Performance in Leicester Square by CONTRIX, London Street Music
 
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A great performance of music and rhythm made with voice and microphone only ! Seen and heard in a street in London. www.contrixbeatbox.com www.facebook.com/contrixbeatbox PART 2 of this video is here: http://youtu.be/UtjzgAYOdtE
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Italy Street Food. The Fried Pastries from Sicily and Naples
 
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Seen at the International Street Food Parade, Turin
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Food From The Philippines Cooked in the Streets of London. Great Street Food Experience
 
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Tried and Tasted close to Chancery Lane
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London Street Food. Italian Fried Pizza, Sweet Version with Nutella and Banana. Camden Lock Market
 
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Pizzza can also be made with sweet toppings. We have tried a fried pizza with nutella at camden Lock Market. This is a fried pizza, it is not a calzone and it is not an "empanada". A calzone is cooked in the oven, it is not fried. The dough of an "empanada" uses egg, pizza uses only flour, yeast and salt.
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Hong Kong Street Food. Cooking a Beef Soup. Mong Kok, Kowloon
 
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Traditional Hong Kong Fast Food in the Street
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Huge "Kielbasa" Sausages from Poland. London Street Food
 
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Sweet and Salty Bubble Waffle. Street Food in Minsk, Belarus
 
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Street Food Festival " VULITSA EZHA " in Dreamland Park, Minsk, Belarus #belarus #minsk #russia #ruissianfood #streetfood #foodie
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Beef Ribs, Steaks on More Meat in London Old Spitalfields Market. Street Food
 
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France Street Food. Sweet Crepes and Churros, Seen in Nice
 
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France Street Food. Sweet Crepes and Churros, Seen in Nice, France, Code d' Azur
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Italian Pasta 'Orecchiette' with 'Burrata' Cheese. Italy Street Food
 
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International Street Food Festival - Gusti di Frontiera, Gorizia, Italy Thanks to : Sapori del Salento Street Food #streetfood #food #italy #italianfood #puglia #apulia
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HUGE Burger with Egg. London Street Food of Camden Town
 
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Amazing HUGE Double Burger. Best in Camden Town, London. Street Food
 
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