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Pig and chicken intestines, pig blood, and fatty pork are common beloved street foods in Manila, Philippines. Isaw (pig and chicken small-intestine barbecue) is a national favorite, as is taba (pieces of pork fat skewered onto a stick and deep-fried). Dugo is curdled and congealed pig blood, cut into chunks, skewered, and then grilled. Cow blood is too strong tasting to use, say the street vendors. Adidas, named after the running shoe, is barbecued chicken feet. (Supporting image from the project Hungry Planet: What the World Eats.)