Here’s a pretty cool video of Chinese street food scenes including a friendly bread man in Lanzhou, dumpling ladies in Gansu, a Qingdao dumpling pictionary, egg crepes in Beijing and my favorite – surly noodle slicers in Xi’an.
Kati (or kathi) rolls have been getting a lot of attention lately. For the uninitiated, here's how The Kati Roll Company describes their namesake dish: Kati rolls are made by wrapping warm paratha, an Indian flat bread, around a variety of meats, vegetables and cheese. Each ingredient is marinated in a blend of Indian spices. Diners may choose from...