Street foods in Africa and the Middle East immerse visitors in the local culture.
Lamb stew is on the menu at the Haut Bay Market outside Cape Town in South Africa.
Snoek is a cheap, plentiful and popular local fish in Cape Town.
Celebrity chef Reuben Riffle about to take on the massive local sandwich called 'The Gatsby" in Cape Town.
Indian “chaats” or snacks are lined up for sale at a street-eat spot in Old Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.
Dubai food blogger Arva Ahmed samples a variety of chaats.
A plate of fresh-baked “kulcha” at Kulcha King, a popular hot spot in Bur Dubai.
A visit to Old Dubai is like taking a trip into the past.
Food guide Abdelkrim Raddadi samples skewers of goat throat and liver at the Asni Mountain Market outside Marrakech, Morocco.
Fresh donuts cooked in olive oil for sale at the Asni Mountain Market outside Marrakech.
Beef and chicken skewers with a spicy peanut sauce for sale outside a mosque in Accra, Ghana.
A woman makes corn pancakes on a street filled with food vendors in the Muslim Quarter of Accra.
A bowl of “fufu,” Ghana's popular, but spicy, dish.
US student Avery Segal studies local cuisine with Charity Ziddah in Accra.
Fresh-baked kaek is the morning street eat ritual in Amman, Jordan.
A morning breakfast tray on a street in Amman includes fried liver, hummus and an omelet.