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Chinese cities are among the world capitals of street food, with stands selling an extraordinary variety of treats. In central Beijing, the Enrong Roasted Meat Store offers "Brazilian roasted meat" (left foreground, the vertical, rotating stack of meat), "fresh-boiled" and "honey-roasted" corn on the cob, "Mongolian grasslands roasted meat," dry, tire-black "stinky tofu," and a rack of skewered scorpions (under salesman's outstretched arm). Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 77). This image is featured alongside the Dong family images in Hungry Planet: What the World Eats.

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Chinese cities are among the world capitals of street food, with stands selling an extraordinary variety of treats. In central Beijing, the Enrong Roasted Meat Store offers "Brazilian roasted meat" (left foreground, the vertical, rotating stack of meat), "fresh-boiled" and "honey-roasted" corn on the cob, "Mongolian grasslands roasted meat," dry, tire-black "stinky tofu," and a rack of skewered scorpions (under salesman's outstretched arm). Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 77). This image is featured alongside the Dong family images in Hungry Planet: What the World Eats.