Fast Foods Gone Global: Asia Pictures

Local cultures influence flavors at American fast food chains throughout Asia, with menu items like McDonald's bulgogi burger in Seoul and Baskin Robbins’ kiwi sorbet in Japan.

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Bazurto Market in Cartagena, Colombia

Bazurto Market in Cartagena, Colombia

Boiling meat with yucca in the Bazurto Market in Cartagena, Colombia. 960 1280

  

Cartagena, Colombia

Cartagena, Colombia

The view from the Spanish colonial old city of the new skyline of Cartagena, Colombia, across the bay. 960 1280

  

Palenqueras in Cartagena, Colombia

Palenqueras in Cartagena, Colombia

Women who roam the beaches of Cartagena, Colombia, selling fruits and treats are called “palenqueras.” 960 1280

  

A classic beach lunch

A classic beach lunch

A classic beach lunch of fried fresh fish and rice at Kiosko el Bony, a popular food stand on the beach in Cartagena. 960 1280

  

Deep-fried bunuelos

Deep-fried bunuelos

Deep-fried bunuelos are home-cooked, sweet dumplings made with yucca sold by grandmothers on the streets of Granada, Nicaragua. 960 1280

  

Colombian heartthrob Juan del Mar

Colombian heartthrob Juan del Mar

Colombian heartthrob Juan del Mar tastes shaved ice with tamarind juice on the beach in Cartagena. 960 1280

  

Vigoron in Granada, Nicaragua

Vigoron in Granada, Nicaragua

Boiled yucca topped with fried pork skin and cabbage, in a classic dish called “vigoron,” is a delicious street eat in Granada, Nicaragua. 960 1280

  

Santiago, Chile

Santiago, Chile

Nestled at the foot of the towering Andes, Chile’s capital city of Santiago is full of great street eats. 960 1280

  

A woman selling acaraje dumplings

A woman selling acaraje dumplings

A woman selling acaraje dumplings stuffed with shrimp on the streets of Sao Paulo, the largest city in Brazil. 960 1280

  

Dragon fruit in Sao Paolo

Dragon fruit in Sao Paolo

The beautiful dragon fruit at the farmers' market in Sao Paulo. 960 1280

  

The magnificent architecture of Mexico City

The magnificent architecture of Mexico City

The magnificent architecture of Mexico City makes for a stunning backdrop while taking a stroll for street eats. 960 1280

  

A taco made with fried gusanos

A taco made with fried gusanos

A taco made with fried gusanos, or tequila worms, at the San Juan Market in Mexico City. 960 1280

  

A frog smoothie in Lima

A frog smoothie in Lima

A smoothie with an amphibious twist -- there's a frog blended into this concoction, which is sold as a healthy drink at markets in Lima, Peru. 960 1280

  

On the streets of Lima

On the streets of Lima

Chinese influence can be found in the street eats of Lima. 960 1280

  

Ceviche made from white fish

Ceviche made from white fish

Ceviche made from white fish marinated in lime juice is one of Peru's most-loved dishes, and it can be found all over the streets of Lima. 960 1280

  

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Year-round, but especially during the cold winter months, black bean soup is a must. El Azteca in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has been called “one of the best.” And when available as the soup of the day, we’d recommend the black bean soup at Back Porch restaurant on Ocracoke Island, N.C too. 960 1280

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A spicy, hearty and creamy butternut squash soup is always good. Next time you’re in Park City, Utah, whether visiting family and friends, attending the Sundance Film Festival or having a ski adventure, hop over to Good Karma for their butternut squash soup. 960 1280

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A classic: minestrone soup. If you happen to be near or in Indianapolis, head over to Iaria’s Italian Restaurant. Their traditional pasta dinners are all served with homemade minestrone soup and garden salad. 960 1280

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As soon as October is over, everyone’s mind jumps to Thanksgiving. And on a cold fall night, what better way to cap it off than with pumpkin soup? Next time you’re in Portland, Oregon, head over to The Country Cat Dinner House & Bar where they serve a four-course feast during Thanksgiving, which includes pumpkin soup as the starter. 960 1280

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New England is no stranger to cold winter months, and when we need to warm up with a cup or bowl of beef stew, we head over to the New England Soup Factory in Brookline and Newton, Massachusetts. 960 1280

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Mmm… mamma mia! We love Italian meatball soup, especially made by Italians. Outside of Buffalo, N.Y., is Ilio DiPaolo’s. The DiPaolo family has been serving its customers authentic Italian cuisine since 1965. Buon appetito! 960 1280

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Some would say that a trip to New Orleans isn’t complete until you’ve had gumbo and visited Cochon restaurant -- and they happen to make a mean gumbo. Delicious! 960 1280

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On warm days a classic gazpacho is almost necessary. In the city of brotherly love -- Philadelphia -- the authentic Spanish tapas restaurant Amada serves the tomato-based soup. 960 1280

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Who doesn’t love chicken noodle soup? Get this... Asian restaurants have reportedly perfected the art of making free-range chicken noodle soup (pho ga). So the next time you’re in San Francisco, head over to Hai Ky Mi Gia and try their take on chicken noodle soup. 960 1280

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To get an authentic taste of New Orleans’ cuisine, in this case shrimp Creole, you don’t always have to visit the Big Easy. If you happen to be in Las Vegas, head over to Lola’s where the atmosphere is "100 percent New Orleans." 960 1280

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Need some spice in your life? What about this delicious chicken tortilla soup. In Austin, Texas, Mesa Rosa is a favorite when craving the rich chicken stock with chunks of celery, carrots, corn and chicken garnished with avocado and Monterey Jack cheese. 960 1280

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Craving comfort food? You can’t go wrong with this rich and creamy potato bacon soup. At Conor O’Neills in Ann Arbor, Michigan, order their take on the tradition with their potato leek soup, served with homemade Irish soda bread and butter. 960 1280

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Our final soup classic is broccoli and cheese. Everything tastes better with cheese, don’t you think? With six locations in Texas, Hoffbrau Steaks serves a creamy broccoli cheese jalapeno soup. Mmm... 960 1280

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Whether it’s served with or without beans, chili warms the heart and belly. Another American classic restaurant is Ben’s Chili Bowl, a Washington, D.C., institution since 1958. The beef-filled, house-made chili sauce is delicious by itself or served as a decadent french-fry topping. 960 1280

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For a classic New England clam chowder, visit an American classic -- Union Oyster House in Boston -- America’s oldest restaurant, established in 1826. 960 1280

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El Toro tri-tip BBQ

El Toro tri-tip BBQ

Did You Know? The 2 hottest chilis in the world, the Naga Viper and Infinity chilli, were developed in England and are available as a sauces. England is now producing the hottest natural chilli sauces (without added pepper extract) available in the world.

Dish 1: El Toro
Where: Phil’s BBQ, 3750 Sports Arena Blvd, San Diego, CA 92110
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Fry Sauce” on Pastrami Double Crown Burger

Fry Sauce” on Pastrami Double Crown Burger

Did You Know? The oldest known condiment is garum, a sauce of fermented fish used by the ancient Romans.

Dish 2: "Fry Sauce" on Pastrami Double Crown Burger
Where: Crown Burgers, 377 East 200 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
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Sicilian Pizza from Spumoni Garden

Sicilian Pizza from Spumoni Garden

Did You Know? Today, ketchup is one of the most popular condiments in the world. Americans buy over 175 billion bottles every year.

Dish 3: Sicilian Pizza
Where: L&B Spumoni Garden, 2725 86th St, Brooklyn, NY 11223
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Tiger Sauce on Pit Beef Sandwich

Tiger Sauce on Pit Beef Sandwich

Did You Know? Famous chef Julia Child once said "sauces are the splendor and the glory of cooking."

Dish 4: Tiger Sauce on Pit Beef Sandwich
Where: CHAPS Charcoal Restaurant, 5801 Pulaski Hwy, Baltimore, MD 21205
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Peach BBQ Sauce

Peach BBQ Sauce

Did You Know? Today, over 40 different varieties of peaches are grown in Georgia.

Dish 5: Peach BBQ Sauce
Where: Sweet Potatoes, 6825 Waters Ave, Savannah, GA 31406
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