Street Foods: Urban Food and Employment in Developing Countries

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Glossary
acar varieties of chutney or pickles (Manikganj)
acara/akara cowpea fritters ( West Africa)
agar-agar gelatin-like thickener used in sweets ( Bogor)
amala doughy porridge ( Ife)
arisan rotating savings association ( Bogor)
balut fertilized duck eggs ( Iloilo)
barangay smallest unit of local government ( Iloilo)
batchoy noodle soup ( Iloilo)
becak pedicab ( Bogor)
beignets donut-like sweets ( Ziguinchor)
bellila wheat porridge ( Minia)
bhaji fried spiced vegetables ( Manikganj)
biris indigenous cigarettes ( Manikganj)
bisap drink made from an herbal infusion ( Ziguinchor)
boli roasted plantain ( Ife)
bon-bons hard cookies ( Ziguinchor); small cakes (Chonburi)
brochettes grilled meat and onions on bread ( Ziguinchor)
buka a covered stall with tables and chairs ( Ife)
canacur crunchy fried snack (Manikganj)
carendaria stores selling pre-cooked food ( Iloilo)
chatpotti potato/pulse/egg snack (Manikganj)
chira heated and pounded rice (Manikganj)
couscous millet-based pasta ( Ziguinchor)
dal cooked pulses (Manikganj)
dim sum Chinese steamed snacks using wheat dough
dodo ripe plantain ( Ife)
dokar horse-drawn vehicle ( Bogor)
douaniers custom officials ( Ziguinchor)
eba cassava dough ( Ife)
eko cornmeal loaf ( Ife)
emping nut chips ( Bogor)
esusu rotating savings assocation ( Ife)
foul Egyptian snack (Minia)
fuchka fried circles of bread (Manikganj)
gado gado blanched vegetables served with peanut sauce ( Bogor)
ghee clarified butter
gur date sugar (Manikganj)
haap rae pole vendors (Chonburi)
Haga honorific for a woman who has completed the haj
haj the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca
hat rural market (Manikganj)
hong thaew shop-house vendors (Chonburi)
iftari foods eaten to break Ramadan (Manikganj)

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