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How to Shop Street Vendors | NYC Fashion
Watch more New York Fashion Tips videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/502941-How-to-Shop-Street-Vendors-NYC-Fashion So one of the great things about New York City is the shopping. Yes, there's the big stores like Saks and Bergdorf's and there's Soho where you have nothing but brands next to each other. But one of New York's specialties is the street vendors. You'll find them in Midtown, you'll find them in Soho sort of lining the streets and you can obviously find them on Canal Street. That's sort of New York's best known street vendor area. And what you're going to find at these vendors are accessories and they're not going to be expensive and they're not going to be particularly well made, but if you're in the market for some cheap sunglasses or you know a bunch of brightly colored Pashminas or maybe even some jewelry, that's where you want to look. The best part is actually in Soho. Some of these street vendors are local artists and they're selling their wares. You know it's sort of hand made jewelry, you can even find some leather goods, those are going to be a little bit more on the expensive side, but you can always find a wide variety. Now, the thing with street vendors is that you can bargain. It's not like walking in the store and that price tag is, you know, it's not moving, you can absolutely bargain. And the best way to do that is to act like you're not interested. And the other thing is if you're a tourist or you're visiting they're usually going to try and sell you at a higher price because you know the local New Yorkers know that you're not going to spend more than ten dollars on a pair of sunglasses. So something to keep in mind is always start low. These guys want to sell their wares, they want to sell the sunglasses, the scarves just as badly as you want to buy them. So there should be a way for you to find you know a happy medium that you can afford and that makes sense and make sure you're not getting ripped off. One of the best things to look for, again, are brightly colored scarves. This is a great way to buy accessories. You can usually find a rainbow of colors and you can get, there's usually deals where you can get five for 25 or four for 20. And these are really good gifts that you can bring back. You know one of my favorite things to do, if I'm going home for Christmas, back to Canada, is picking up a bunch of different scarves for my family and it's a cheap, easy way to do it. And especially if you bargain, you're going to get a great deal and it's a really good way to spice up your closet, buy a ton of different accessories and not have to spend a lot of money. If you're like me and in summer you lose your sunglasses all the time, I try not to buy expensive sunglasses. So one of my favorite things to do is go to a street vendor and buy sunglasses. You know you spend five or 10 dollars maybe get a few pairs and bargain a little bit and get a few different shapes or colors and you can test them out and really decide what you like and switch up your sunglasses in a way that you don't have to worry about scratching them or getting them sandy. But you can sort of play with your style especially in the summer.
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Property Styling sells homes - 93 King Street, Sandy Bay
Shift Property Styling recently had the privilege of styling this stunning property in Hobart, Tasmania and the results were incredible. With a fantastic result for the vendor, a showcase property for Shift to share with future clients and an excellent result for the agent everyone was extremely happy!
Buying coconuts in Barbados
My love affair with young coconuts continues. On our vacation in Barbados, we dropped by the road-side vendors to buy fresh coconut water and meat. We whipped them up into smoothies, made jerk-coconut fish marinade, mixed it with fresh homemade lemongrass tea - yum! Nature's sports drink and beauty food!
Views: 28875 Lynn Kuo
Japan - Extro | Food Prints
Chef Sandy Daza and foodie Titos Almendral look back on their favorite parts of the Japan trip as they wait for their A5 grade kobe beef dinner at Wanomiya Dotonbori Osaka. Subscribe to Metro.Style YouTube channel - http://bit.ly/MetroDotStyle Follow us on our social media accounts: Facebook: http://facebook.com/metrochannelph Twitter: http://twitter.com/metrochannelph Instagram: http://instagram.com/metrochannelph #MetroStyle #FoodPrints #MetroChannel
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Riding the Dunes in Dubai’s Electric Dirt Bikes
Consider the humble bicycle—a simple, yet elegant two-wheeled machine that has served us well for 200 years. Now in its latest iteration, it’s the world’s number-one-selling electric vehicle. Capitalizing on this trend, three Dubai-based entrepreneurs are adapting electric bicycles to the demands of desert riding with rugged, motorcycle-like bikes that run on both pedal and electric power. It’s the coolest eco-friendly trend taking the desert by storm. This Great Big Story is a paid contribution by Dubai. (http://www.visitdubai.ae) SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb Got a story idea for us? Shoot us an email at hey [at] GreatBigStory [dot] com Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KABeX Make our acquaintance on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Vn0XIZ Give us a shout on Twitter: http://goo.gl/sY1GLY Come hang with us on Vimeo: http://goo.gl/T0OzjV Visit our world directly: http://www.greatbigstory.com
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Street food---Jian Bing,a Chinese Crepe!Quick and Easy!
Jianbing (煎饼) is a popular traditional Chinese street food similar to crepes.
Views: 3651 Sandy Wang
Opening a Hawaiian coconut with style
In response to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXyD10CBzG4
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Street Food - Hawaiian Garlic Shrimp with Michaels Home Cooking
Hawaiian Garlic Shrimp are sweet and garlicky with a slight punch of heat, very very good! Cook this slowly to marry the flavors! Ingredients: 1 pound large shrimp or prawns 1 cup all purpose flour 2 Tablespoons smoked paprika 1 teaspoon table salt 1/2 teaspoon white sugar 1 and 1/2 sticks butter 1 head of minced fresh garlic or 12 cloves of fresh garlic 1/4 cup mirin (secret ingredient)* Lemon wedges for serving The way to cook is slow on medium heat, then up to medium high. The mirin thickens up almost immediately for a wonderful sauce that sticks to the shrimp. I like to suck the sauce off the shrimp, then peel and eat. This is in the top 2 favorite shrimp dishes that I have made, please consider making this. Yes I do know it is a lot of fat, but just have this once or twice a year. *Mirin is a Japanese white wine (Sake) that has a lot of sugar in it. I am not sure if I emphasized in the video that it is important to cook this slowly. The longer cooking time with the shells on protects the shrimp inside, so that the shrimp do not get overcooked. This is messy to eat, but is so finger licking good and you will be happy that you left the shells on. Plus the fact that presentation is much impressive with the shells on. I recommend cooking this with shrimp shells on. That makes you peel them and you get even more flavor that way. It's a bit messy but much better and fun! Thank you for watching! Explore My Video Recipes http://www.youtube.com/freitasex Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/Freitasex Follow me on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/michaelyoutube/ I usually upload a new video on Saturday mornings, if you subscribe you can keep up with my new videos. You can also set up email notifications when subscribing. Music from: http://www.incompetech.com Song used: Sunshine Link to song: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?keywords=Sunshine&Search=Search Link for using music: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/youtubeFAQ.html
Views: 60048 Michael's Home Cooking
The Most Delicious Roti's Ever (Delhi Street Style) - Food Station
Old Delhi Street Food - Food Station It is most fascinating to watch street food being made on the streets of Old Delhi. Streets of Old Delhi is filled with vendors selling various spicy and hot India snacks. For more recipes and tutorials, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqYeFVBl8ERzMLD-s-xXP8Q?sub_confirmation=1 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Rajasthani Food At Pushkar Mela - Food Station" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpU3ohPe2Qs -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The collection comprises of 100, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang [at] gmail [dot] com and [email protected]
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Best Street Food in Mexico City: Seafood Tostadas (MARISCOS ORIZABA)
In this video we are showing you where we ate the MOST DELICIOUS SEAFOOD TACOS in our lives! Mariscos Orizaba is a street stand in the heart of Mexico City serving up tostadas with super fresh seafood. It is a must when visiting Mexico D.F.!! #mexicocity #cdmx #mexicanstreetfood #streetfood Address: MARISCOS ORIZABA Calle Liverpool 97, Juárez, 06600 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/enrrique.isaias Phone: +55 4724 4463 / +55 8195 4875 Please let us know your feedback and questions in the comment section below. We will make sure to answer all of your comments! ►SUBSCRIBE for 3 new videos per week: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiJxNRBw3b5Uhe9rkOnOXUg?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram: ► Sandy’s Profile: https://www.instagram.com/sandylpal/ ► Sean’s Profile: https://www.instagram.com/sean_dev_/ Music: by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud
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Indonesian Street Food Tour of Glodok (Chinatown) in Jakarta - DELICIOUS Indonesia Food!
►Check out 50 of the Best Indonesian Dishes: https://migrationology.com/indonesian-food/ Glodok is the Chinatown of Jakarta, and my wife and I decided to spend the day walking around Glodok and exploring some Indonesian street food throughout the day. At the end of the day, we also stopped by Fatahillah Square, with is an old Dutch square in colonial Jakarta, where you'll find some interesting buildings and some street food snacks as well. Since we were staying at a hotel (here’s information on the hotel I stayed at:https://migrationology.com/travel-guides/jakarta-indonesia/) not too far from Glodok, we decided to beat the traffic and just walk over there. It didn’t take more than 15 minutes to walk, and soon we arrived in Jakarta’s Chinatown. Glodok is a very interesting area to walk around and explore. There are fresh markets and plenty of restaurants and food to choose from. The Indonesian street food I tried on this tour was siomay, an Indonesian Chinese dish. From the back of a motorbike, I chose a few of the siomay dumplings he had steaming, and the cut them up and added some peanut sauce to the plate. The texture was a little mushy, but they were alright. Right opposite the siomay, the owner of an Indonesian vegetarian restaurant greeted me and asked if I might like to eat some of his vegetarian food. His vegetarian rendang was particularly good. One of the most famous places to go in Glodok is Kopi Es Tak Kie, a legendary coffee shop. After wandering around a while we found it. I had a cup of coffee and also a plate of nasi campur from outside the shop. We continued on our Indonesian street food tour throughout Glodok and I tried a sweet snack called kue ape, which is a green colored little pancake. Next, I had a variety of deep fried snacks including fried bananas, and fried breadfruit. They are definitely pretty greasy, but interesting to sample, and they are very popular street food snacks in Indonesia. It probably wasn’t the greatest idea to walk, but we decided to walk over to Fatahillah Square. The traffic was pretty intense, but we made it. And along with checking out the old colonial buildings one of my main goals was to try kerak telor, which is a traditional Indonesian Betawi street food snack. Luckily I found it and it turned out to be a very interesting and amazing snack to watch being made! Here’s the list of the things we ate and the prices: Siomay - 15,000 IDR ($1.11) Vegetarian food - 20,000 IDR ($1.48) Kopi Es Tak Kie - 10,000 IDR ($0.73) Nasi campur - 35,000 IDR ($2.58) Kue ape - 1,000 IDR ($0.07) each Fried snacks - 12,000 ($0.88) Kerak telor - 20,000 IDR ($1.48) - Possibly overcharged? Do you think? Hope you enjoyed the Indonesian street food tour of Glodok and Fatahillah Square, I sure enjoyed eating it! -- MY WEBSITES: Camera I use: https://migrationology.com/travel-resources/ T-shirts: https://migrationology.com/store/ Migrationology.com: http://migrationology.com/ EatingThaiFood.com: http://eatingthaifood.com/ TravelByYing.com: http://travelbyying.com/ SOCIAL MEDIA: Snapchat: @migrationology Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology ►Jakarta Travel Guide: https://migrationology.com/travel-guides/jakarta-indonesia/ ►50 of the Best Indonesian Dishes: https://migrationology.com/indonesian-food/ --
Views: 2728715 Mark Wiens
Davao Street Food Tour
My daughter and I tried out Davao street food items like balut, grilled corn and cotton candy.
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Banh Mi Sandwich at Bánh Mì Hồng Hoa - Amazing Vietnamese Street Food in Saigon, Vietnam!
Bánh Mì is one of the most well known and beloved of all Vietnamese street foods. In this video, I ate at Bánh Mì Hồng Hoa, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Get all the details here: http://migrationology.com/2014/12/best-banh-mi-saigon-ho-chi-minh-city/ You may have already seen a short clip of this video in the full food vlog of the day: http://youtu.be/-VgxU81e2sc (you can watch this if you haven't seen it). Bánh Mì (also spelled banh mi), actually just means bread in Vietnamese. However, outside of Vietnam, the term often refers to the Vietnamese sandwich, wrapped into a crusty baguette. In Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), you seriously can’t go more than a few meters without seeing the next banh mi vendor or stall. It’s one of the most popular Vietnamese street foods, and it is great for both takeaway and sitting down for a nice bite. Banh mi sandwiches are often eaten for snacks, or for light meals. The personal sized baguettes, which have influence from the French, are very light and airy, and they are not overly filling. The outside of the bread is incredibly crusty and crunchy, and the inside is very soft and airy. Together, the contrast of textures, makes it perfect for a sandwich. Like I said before, there’s a near infinite amount of places to get banh mi in Saigon, but on this day I went to a place not too far from where I was staying called Bánh Mì Hồng Hoa. While some of the other famous banh mi restaurants in the area are only open in the afternoon and evening, this restaurant is mostly open in the morning, and served a crowd of people for takeaway every morning. I ordered their most basic normal banh mi, a sandwich that began with a nice freshly baked baguette (and by the way, they were also selling freshly baked baguettes, which were hot and fresh), that was cut in half, then filled with a mixture of pate, mayonnaise, a few different slices of Vietnamese cured meat, meatloaf, and some grilled pieces of pork. On top of that, she also loaded in a nice amount thinly sliced crisp veggies like cucumber, green onions, and cilantro, and then some Vietnamese pickled, including daikon radish and carrots. Finally, she added a little more seasoning, and finally added some fresh red crushed chili to give it some heat. I have to be honest and say that this was one of my first banh mi sandwiches I had when I arrived in Saigon, and it turned out to be one of my favorites of my entire trip. It wasn’t the most impressive one, but I thought it was the freshest and the most well balanced of all of them. It had just the right ratio of meat to sauces, and it had a nice touch of all the fresh vegetables. The ratio and mixture was perfect for me, and their bread was also fresh and crusty. On top of having a wonderful banh mi, the staff, and all the owners of Bánh Mì Hồng Hoa were all extremely friendly and were happy that we were there enjoying their sandwiches. I ate the banh mi and filmed this food video at Bánh Mì Hồng Hoa: Open hours: I think open mostly during the morning Price: This beauty of a sandwich cost just 17,000 Vietnamese Dong - money well spent and fully enjoyed. The music in this video is from audionetwork.com This video was made by Mark Wiens and Ying Wiens at: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/blog/ Grab a copy of our Eating Thai Food Guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/eating-thai-food-guide/ Don’t forget to subscribe for more delicious food and travel videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=migrationology
Views: 572233 Mark Wiens
First week in Guam. Food and beach.
We are enjoying Guam. It's been good so far for the first week here.
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CookieSwirlC and DisneyCarToys try a Claw Machine LOL Surprise Photo Booth. We win LOL Surprise doll balls in the claw machine game and take our toys to unbox them and film them. This is our first ever CookieSwirlC and Sandaroo Kids collab on YouTube. The photo booth is great for kids that want to be unboxers on YouTube. ❤ Product Info ❤ This video features lots of LOL Surprise ❤ Follow Us ❤ https://twitter.com/DisneyCarToys https://www.facebook.com/pages/Disneycartoys/1406438099591147 https://plus.google.com/+DisneyCarToys ❤ Music ❤ YouTube ❤ More Toy Channel ❤ https://www.youtube.com/user/DisneyCarToys https://www.youtube.com/user/toysreviewtoys https://www.youtube.com/user/AllToyCollector SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=disneycartoys
Afghanistan Street Food 2017
Afghanistan Street Food Kandahar and Nangrahar
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How to Make Caramelized Nuts | Candy Making
Watch more How to Make Candy videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511746-How-to-Make-Caramelized-Nuts-Candy-Making Ingredients Â_ cup sugar 1 tablespoon water Pinch sea salt 2/3 cup almonds Â_ teaspoon spice as desired (cayenne, paprika, etc.) Method Bring sugar, water, salt and almonds to a boil in a medium-sized pan, stirring constantly. Continue to cook over low heat, always stirring, until liquid turns a medium caramel color. Pour onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and sprinkle with spice. Cool before serving. Makes 2 servings. Hi, my name is Katy (?) and today I'm going to show you how to make caramelized nuts at home. So I'm starting with three basic ingredients, I have whole almonds, these have the skin on but you can use any kind of nuts that you prefer, I'm going to start with about a cup of whole almonds. Right into my pot, and I'm just going to add about a quarter cup of sugar, right in there, a little bit of water as well. So if you take a look at the consistency I have here, I have my nuts, I have my sugar, and I have my water, everything kind of lightly coated, and all I'm gonna do is bring this to a boil and keep cooking until that sugar and water change to caramel. So when you're cooking these nuts, you wanna make sure that you're constantly stirring, you never wanna leave them to end up scorching in any particular place and also as the nuts are cooking they're going to toast, so while we'll also getting a nice caramel surface for our nuts, we're also toasting them up, making them really delicious and just a nice crunchy coating of caramel. All right, so we have our almonds, and you'll see that caramel is nice and toasty, it's almost starting to pop the skins of the almonds, that's a good way to tell when it's ready. And also at the bottom of the pan, see here that pop? And at the bottom of the pan you'll also see the caramel has turned to a nice amber golden color so we know we're perfect. Before my caramel sets up I want to make sure that I add salt, you relay want to bring out the flavor of those almonds, and also depending on what spices you like, I like sweet paprika, I like a little cayenne, so anything that you like, throw in a little spice in there, because nothing's better than some spicy caramelized nuts. So once you've got your spice and your salt mixed in there right onto a piece of parchment paper, and make sure you kinda spread the nuts out so this way they won't all clump together as they cool. And you can see almost immediately they're cool enough to touch, they cool down very quickly. If you want to serve them warm at a party the great way is just make them and serve them or else make them ahead of time, pop them in the oven just to heat them up for a couple minutes at about 350 degrees, and you have nice warm caramelized nuts. That's how you make caramelized nuts at home, enjoy.
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Sameer takes a ride to NYC before Hurricane Sandy arrives!
As Hurricane Sandy made her way to the Tri-State area, Sameer and his friend, Nihal drove to New York City to check up on some of his favorite Halal street vendors! No surprise, The Halal Guys were up and running with no intentions of leaving until the weather got REALLY bad!
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Stay Amazed by Sweet Street
Sandy Solmon, Founder/Chief Innovator of Sweet Street Desserts, takes you on a heart felt journey. The journey of Sweet Street. From the birth of the company in the 80's, through the state-of-the-art research & development kitchen, you will see a side of Sweet Street never seen before. For over 35 years, Sweet Street Desserts have been enjoyed, throughout the day and across the globe. What keeps us moving? The feeling that in sitting still we miss the sweetness of new. Enjoy!
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North Shore Style Garlic Shrimp
No one can resist the delicious Poke Stop garlic shrimp, prepared in traditional North Shore style!
Views: 28499 PokeStopHawaii
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BEST Late Night TACOS AL PASTOR in NEW YORK | Mexican Street Food NYC
The best tacos al pastor in NYC can be found late night on the streets of Jackson Heights, Queens. Yes, the term “best” isn’t one to be thrown around loosely, but we truly believe these are the best NYC has to offer. Watch the video to see for yourself why. We have been coming to this cart on Roosevelt Avenue and Junction Boulevard for about a year and a half now and are hooked! We gained an even greater respect for their craft after visiting Mexico City earlier this year, which has spinning trompos of al pastor on nearly every block at times. We post about this cart often on Instagram and we devoted an entire blog post to it: http://foodandfootprints.com/tacos-al-pastor-cart-queens/ Where are your favorite spots for al pastor? Let us know in the comments below! BOOK a NYC STREET FOOD TOUR WITH US: https://abnb.me/UD98wGAj1S https://abnb.me/8jTuo1ue2S Stay tuned to our upcoming vlogs. Please SUBSCRIBE to our channel below and ring the BELL 🔔 so you can see them as soon as they come out! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn3xotTBbZ7CaH8Zv5WtHHg Check out our food and travel blog and follow us: Blog: http://www.foodandfootprints.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/foodandfootprints Twitter: http://twitter.com/foodnfootprints Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/foodandfootprints ABOUT FOOD AND FOOTPRINTS: We are Greg and Jumi, hailing from opposite ends of the globe. Greg is a native New Yorker who was born and raised in Queens NYC and Jumi grew up in the beautiful islands of the Visayas region of the Philippines. How did we meet? One of us messaged the other on Instagram (before sliding in DM's was even possible through the app!) and we met just after Hurricane Sandy hit NYC in October 2012. Although we grew up in two very different worlds, we bonded over a love of experiences over material things, delicious food and exploration. We have visited 15+ countries together since December 2014 exploring beaches, ancient temples, bustling streets and ruins. Along the way, we get adrenaline flowing whether paragliding, ziplining, or jetskiing. To fuel up for our adventures (and everyday life), we eat lots of local food wherever we are. Street food, carts, trucks, hole in the walls and family-run sit-downs are our mainstays. We don't cook, but prefer to spend our money on experiences and we treat food as one. Hey, we gotta eat regardless, right? May as well enjoy it and support good businesses while we're at it! All of this is done while we work full-time at our day jobs. How do we do it? Follow along our journeys and you will learn more. Welcome to our lifestyle!
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3AM CHARLIE CHARLIE CHALLENGE! [Grapefruit & Midget Apple] #Shocktober
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Views: 2844631 Annoying Orange
On my first full day in Delhi I stumbled upon an authentic and cheap eatery called Vrindavani. They just happened to serve up my favorite dish, vegetarian thali. Delhi is notorious for being the food capital of India, and if there is one thing Delhilites are obsessed with, it's their thali. What is a thali? A thali is a large circular plate filled with small tins placed around the rim. Each small tiffin is filled with a different dish. It's a great way to try out different dishes even if you don't know how to order them because the thali is a fixed set. You don't get to choose what you get, it is simply whatever they have cooking in the kitchen that day. The reason I stopped inside this restaurant was because I was very interested in the stack of clay cups that were piled in the front entrance on a counter. I ended up ordering one of those drinks which turned out was called a “Tulsi.” It appeared to be a regular lassi which is a regional drink made of yogurt in Delhi which is used to cool down the palette when eating spicy foods – it's also just really delicious. The flavors were of rose water and possibly saffron, definitely a hint of exotic Indian spices. This restaurant is located in the middle of the chaos, right in the center of Chandni Chowk market which is a favorite shopping spot for locals in Delhi. This area is a mixture of a bustling and loud bazar as well as a foodie paradise. There are many food vendors that set up little booths and bicycle arenas serving up everything from chai to hot stuffed parathas (a type of Punjabi style tortilla). This particular restaurant specializes in making delicious vegetarian food which really hits the spot. When I was served my thali, I received a huge whole wheat naan that was crispy, fluffy, fresh and made in-house. These naan breads are made by placing inside a tandoor oven which bakes it perfectly inside and out. On my circular plate, there were three veggie dishes, biryani rice, radishes, and chili paste. I was very excited to dig in as it was my first meal in Delhi. It did not disappoint...it was insanely tasty, each dish was bursting with flavor, and felt really light yet filling. The three dishes included one with cottage cheese swimming in a fragrant curry gravy, another was a lentil soup which was perfectly spiced, and the third was a curry made with big legumes swimming in chili sauce which tasted similar to American baked beans. All in all, I would highly recommend eating at this restaurant if you are in Old Delhi. It's a great place to sit down for a quick meal while taking in the scenery. The best part about this restaurant is that it is very affordable, while still producing top notch Delhi cuisine. Price 110 Indian Rupees ($3.15 USD) Included one special thali and one tulsi lassi Cost breakdown: 170 thali, 20 water, 40 tulsi Location Vrindavani – Temple of Vegetarian Food Chandni Chowk Market on the left hand side of the street as you approach the entrance of the Red Fort
Views: 22034 Nate & Adriana
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Just Dance FanMade - Bendy and the Ink Machine Song by DAGames (Mashup)
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On Sandy Blvd. Old Country Sausage German Deli and Sausage House
Old Country Sausage German Deli and Sausage House on sandy blvd. not stark street. Old country German food, Portland, Oregon. Mama's German home cooking, made with pride and love. Here is their FB page, https://www.facebook.com/ocsausage. The owner's beautiful, helpful daughter, Becky, was one of our servers. She is featured in our video introducing her mother's famous Kalter Hund (homemade chocolate and biscuit loaf). Becky speaks two languages. Our other server, Lyuda speaks three languages. People, people put this place on your 'to try list'.
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Duddy runs into Bendy, literallly... then it just get's weird from there! THUMBS UP IF THIS IS A SUPER AWESOME VID! :) 😬Bendy & the Ink Machine Playlist (Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3 & more): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYqGY_-rT9bNTQeqLiNc9NGRmpVOqWFO7 😬HELLO NEIGHBOR PLAYLIST (Beta 1, beta 2, Beta 3, Alpha 1, Alpha 2, Alpha 3, Alpha 4 & more!): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYqGY_-rT9bMEVGjZ7aPv-joAXUrogWLP ================================== Beba Ba Leep Bop Beleeda Bop Pllllhhh! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1KKE2f1 📺Family Friendly Youtube Gaming Channel, FGTEEV: http://www.youtube.com/fgteev 📺Skylander Boy and Girl Channel: http://www.youtube.com/theskylanderboyandgirl 📺Our Family/Vlog channel, FUNNEL VISION: http://www.youtube.com/c/FVFAMILY 📺Our Toy Channel: DOH MUCH FUN: https://www.youtube.com/DOHMUCHFUN2 ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/funnelvisionfam ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SkylanderKids ►T-Shirts: http://bit.ly/FUNNELMERCH ►Twitter: http://twitter.com/funnelvisionfam ABOUT FGTEEV: FGTeeV is a Family Friendly Gaming Channel for all ages to enjoy but primarily focused to the family audience. Dad is known as FGTEEV Duddy & Mom, well, we call her whatever but sometimes it's Moomy. They have 4 children, Chase, Mike, Lex & Shawn! We play all sorts of games, Thanks for checking us out. ================================== LEGAL DISCLAIMER: Royalty Free Music & Content by audiomicro.com epidemicsound.com videoblocks.com incompetech.com bensound.com jinglepunks.com
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Star Fruits kolkata (Carambola) | Kolkata Street Food-Bengali  Tasty Juicy Fruits-Indian Food
Star Fruits kolkata | Kolkata Street Food-Bengali Tasty Juicy Fruits Street Food India - Indian Street Food - Street Food of Kolkata - Indian Street Food Kolkata - Bengali Street Food. Thanks For Watching... Please SUBSCRIBE Now... Healthy Eating Cucumber ( Pce-Rs.3/- / Rs. 4/-)- https://youtu.be/jG1oVgveVPk Jelli Puchka - https://youtu.be/HIEk7aR2rLA Special Ghughni Kolkata - https://youtu.be/uS2jfI1YEOQ Very Tasty Delicious Masala Coconut Jujube - https://youtu.be/iRrjBDkgR7Q Indian Special Tasty Street Food - https://youtu.be/zA8Letl9mgA Special Tasty Masala Guava Chaat (Peyara Chaat) - https://youtu.be/oH8OUs2Ep74 Special Spicy Jujube (Boroi Varta) - https://youtu.be/_yLSmjrU7fM Indian Best Tasty Sik Kabab - Barbecue (শিক কাবাব) - https://youtu.be/Vhjmn2KBLyA Kolkata special Papri Chaat and Velpuri - https://youtu.be/l233swzW49k Very Tasty and Delicious Chicken Roll - https://youtu.be/GEO4zsSSFeM Spicy Mixture Food - https://youtu.be/87SINKV0epc Indian Jelly Diamond Food Palmyra Palm ( Pallet Shells)Taal shaas - https://youtu.be/B39dV2dYffc Chana Dal ki Pakora (Bengal gram) - https://youtu.be/dvW7Wc4_le8 Mixed Fruits Salad -Different Fruits Different tast - https://youtu.be/-L3NHzIoK7E
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Coffee Art in Barista Jalandhar 😊
Coffee in Shape of Heart by Sandy
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how to make rangoli powder at home with sand  (Pink Colour) by Latha Channel
రంగు రంగుల ముగ్గుల రంగులు ఇంట్లోనే సులభంగా తాయారు చేసుకొనుట Channel..rangoli, also known as Kolam, is a from India in which patterns are created on the floor in living rooms or courtyards using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, colored sand or flower petals. It is usually made during Diwali (Deepawali), Onam, Pongal and other Indian festivals. They are meant to be sacred welcoming areas for the Hindu deities. Designs are passed from one generation to the next, keeping both the art form and the tradition alive. Similar practices are followed in different states of India: Rangoli in Karnataka, Kolam in Tamil Nadu, Mandana in Rajasthan, Chaookpurna in Chhattisgarh, Alpana in West Bengal, Aripana in Bihar, Chowk pujan in Uttar Pradesh, Muggu in Andhra Pradesh, Golam kolam or kalam in Kerala and others except in North eastern states. It is traditionally done by women. Generally, this practice is showcased during occasions such as festivals, auspicious observances, marriage celebrations and other similar milestones and gatherings. Rangoli designs can be simple geometric shapes, deity impressions, or flower and petal shapes (appropriate for the given celebrations), but they can also be very elaborate designs crafted by numerous people. The base material is usually dry or wet powdered rice or dry flour, to which sindoor (vermilion), haldi (turmeric) and other natural colors can be added. Chemical colors are a modern variation. Other materials include colored sand, red brick powder and even flowers and petals, as in the case of flower rangolis. Rangoli art is an adornment or decoration that has different names in different states of India; for example, Rangoli in Karnataka, Chaookpurna in Chhattisgarh, Mandana in Rajasthan, Aripan in Bihar, Alpana in Bengal, Sanskar Bharti in Maharashtra, Kolam in Tamil Nadu, Muggulu in Andhra Pradhesh, Alikhthap in Kumaon, Kalam in Kerala, and Saathiya in Gujarat. Not just in names, the designs also vary as per the region. In middle India mainly in Chhattisgarh Rangoli is called Chaook and is generally drawn at the entrance of a house or any other building. Dried rice flour or other forms of white dust powder is used for drawing Chaooks. Although there are numerous traditional Chaook patterns, many more can be created depending on the creativity of the person who draws it. It is considered auspicious as it signifies showering of good luck and prosperity on the house and in the family. It is not drawn like a picture. Patterns are created based on certain systems. Generally women get up early in the morning and clean the area just outside the entrance of their houses with cow dung, sprinkle the area with water and draw the Chaook. In Maharashtra, rangolis are drawn on the doors of homes so that evil forces attempting to enter are repelled. During the festival of Onam in Kerala, flowers are laid down for each of the ten days of the celebration, the design growing larger and more complex every day. In Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradhesh and Karnataka, the Kolam is drawn upon the ground or floor daily. The designs are geometric and symmetrical मूल्यतः shapes but the materials used are similar rangoli: rice flour or slurry is used. In Rajasthan the Mandana are painted on walls. Mmandne, various festivals, major festivals and can be categorized based on seasons. Different shapes depending on the size of it also can be shared. Kumaon's "writing beat 'or in a variety of plotting symbols Thapa, artistic designs, Bellbutoan is used. Alikhthap of society apart - separated by different groups - different icons and art media is used. Rangoli drawn in front of the house as a faith and traditionRangoli is either left as an unfilled line drawing or it is filled with various coloured powders Rangoli of Global Events Rangoli at Delhi Rangoli at Chennai Sankranti Muggu (Rangoli) with flowers Rangoli with flowers at Chennai Rangoli at Nizampet, Hyderabad Rangoli before and after colouring Rangoli in Singapore Rangoli of Peocock in Tamil Nadu A rangoli painted on the occasion of Diwali, a popular Hindu festival Nature Scene in Rangoli during a Vijayadashami festival, in Maharashtra A Tux rangoli by students at GNUnify'13, Pune Rangoli is drawn in front of the house especially in festival days Rangoli at Hyderabad A rangoli made with flowers on the occasion of Onam Rangoli being prepared by a Rangoli mould vendor in Bangalore Rangoli is also created using coloured rice, dry flour, flower petals, turmeric (haldi), Vermillion (Sindoor) and coloured sand. The patterns include the face of Hindu deities, geometric shapes peacock motifs and round floral designs. Many of these motifs are traditional and are handed down by the previous generations. This makes rangoli a representation of India’s rich heritage and the fact that it is a land of festivals and colour.
Views: 3569280 latha channel
Foreigner Learning Ilocano Language and Cooking Ilocano Food (Part 1)
Foreigner Learning Ilocano Language and Cooking Ilocano Food... You won't see the cooking part yet, but in this video you will see a raw morning of me trying to pick up some Ilocano language and interacting with the amazing locals in San Felipe, Zambales. Nothing fancy about this video... Just some raw and real interaction, happiness, and learning :) Cooking madamdama (later) Super Apir! *** FOR MORE STORIES AND ADVENTURES CHECK OUT MY FACEBOOK PAGE: #BecomingFilipino
Views: 199511 Kyle Jennermann
Thai-Chinese Fusion Spirit House
Marisa tracks down the spirit house at a local market in Bangkok and finds a Chinese fusion style.
How To Make Cotton Candy (without a machine) with yoyomax12
This was an interesting experiment to try, but I will buy my cotton candy from now on :) The clean up was just too time consuming. Due to the unbelievably large number of idiotic, stupid and hateful comments, I have disabled the comment section. I don't know if this recipe will work without the corn syrup, never tried it. Remember you are working with REALLY hot sugar so be sure to have a bowl of cold water ready in case you get any of it on your skin. You can get severe burns if you spill the hot sugar on your skin. THIS IS FOR A FULL RECIPE --- THE VIDEO SHOWS HALF A RECIPE **the half recipe makes LOTS*** This recipe is taken from the Food Network website. Ingredients 5 cups granulated sugar 1 1/3 cups light corn syrup 1 cup plus 2 tbsp. water Flavoring (vanilla extract or other like peppermint extract) Food color paste (or liquid) Vegetable baking spray Directions To make this recipe at home, you will need a pair of wire cutters and an old inexpensive whisk. Cut the round ends off an inexpensive whisk. Arrange the tines so they are evenly spaced. You will also need an open space to make the cotton candy. At home, slit open a garbage bag and cover the floor area or use newspaper. Wedge 2 long wooden spoons under something heavy so they extend off the edge of the counter. Place the sugar, corn syrup, and water in a 2-quart heavy-bottomed saucepan over medium-high heat. Insert a candy thermometer and cook the sugar mixture until it reaches 320 degrees F, what is known as the hard crack stage (the sugar becomes brittle when it comes in contact with a cooler surface). Remove from the heat and carefully pour into a medium-size microwaveable glass bowl. If you leave the sugar in the pan, the sugar will continue to cook and turn dark brown. A glass bowl will hold the temperature of the sugar. I put a towel under the bowl to keep the bowl from tipping over and to protect my hands from the heat of the glass. (The sugar will stay liquid enough to work with easily for about 10 minutes; after that it will start to thicken. If this happens before you are finished, just pop the bowl in the microwave for 3 to 5 minutes, or until the sugar is liquid enough to work with once again.) If you are going to color and/or flavor the sugar, add those drops now. Dip the tines into the hot sugar. Allow the sugar to drain off for 1 to 2 seconds until the draining sugar strands are relatively the same consistency. Then wave the whisk over the extended wooden spoons and allow the sugar strands to gently drift until they are resting on top of the spoons. Make sure you are about 12 to 18 inches above the spoons. Use broad long strokes and work quickly. Gather the cotton candy and roll onto paper that you've rolled into a long, thin cone, like cotton candy is served in at the carnival or serve as is. If you need to store the cotton candy for a few hours, place it in an airtight container. The delicate sugar will melt in a humid environment. Clean up: Using a heat proof spatula and oven mitts scrape the liquid sugar out of the bowl into a cardboard box or container you are planning on throwing out (if the container is plastic, make sure it is THICK). The sugar will melt right through plastic bags so don't pour it directly into a garbage can. After you are done place all utensils and pot/bowls in hot water for a couple of hours or under warm running water to dissolve the sugar. Music by: Jason Shaw http://www.youtube.com/user/audionautix
Banh Mi Heaven in Houston (Banh Appetit)
In this video join Sean and GMAYNIAC as they check out the newest banh mi place in Houston with a TWIST……Croissant Banh Mi! From the guys that brought you Spicy Dog-the well known food truck comes Banh Appetit a new concept surrounding the popular Vietnamese sandwich. Be sure to check this place out as you won’t be disappointed! They also have some awesome teas so be sure to give them a try while you’re there! GMAYNIAC Instagram: @GMAYNIAC @BlessThaBelly Instagram: @BanhAppetitHTX Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Food---Beverage/Banh-Appetit-315210412604858/ Address: 11191 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77042 Please let us know your feedback and questions in the comment section below. We will make sure to answer all of your comments! ►SUBSCRIBE for 3 new videos per week: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiJxNRBw3b5Uhe9rkOnOXUg?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram: ► Sandy’s Profile: https://www.instagram.com/sandylpal/ ► Sean’s Profile: https://www.instagram.com/sean_dev_/ Music by David Cutter Music http://www.davidcuttermusic.co.uk
Views: 177 Sean & Sandy
Cap Maison St. Lucia - LIVE Series - Castries Market Tour
http://CapMaison.com Please, enjoy this episode from our “Cap Maison LIVE" video series where we air interviews, features and fun segments with the people that make Cap Maison one of the most special resorts in the Caribbean. These episodes run often at http://Facebook.com/CapMaison. In this episode we take you on a tour of the Castries Market with Chef Nicco as he grabs fresh produce, spices and much more for the week at Cap Maison. Go behind the scenes in the Castries Market and get a true feel of downtown Castries in St. Lucia which is about a 20 minute cab ride from Cap Maison. Cap Maison is an elegant luxury boutique hotel in St Lucia set in a stunningly beautiful oceanfront location above a picturesque, sandy beach. Immaculately landscaped and with a stylish villa suite design, it feels more like a private residence (with impressive hotel facilities) providing the perfect setting to enable you to get the most from your precious holiday time. Conceived, owned and managed by a renowned British Caribbean hotel family, service is naturally friendly, personal and attentive without being invasive. A regular award winner in Conde Nast and Travel & Leisure as well as Trip Advisor, attention to detail is everywhere, from the Spanish Caribbean design to the service, the food, fine linens, handmade tiles, chandeliers, iron balustrades and wide verandahs. With an insatiable appetite for all things gourmet, the family and staff are passionate about everything food and beverage. In fact, we love foodies. Featuring two of the region’s best restaurants, the Cliff at Cap and the Naked FIsherman, Cap Maison has become the heart and soul of the St. Lucia dining scene. With its bespoke private dining options, creative and ever changing fresh menus, guest chef series, cooking classes, chef led market tours, walk in wine cellar with tastings and even its own home made honey and rum, it has become a culinary journey in itself. Add to that its water sports, Spa Maison and fitness centre, running & hiking club, house reef, 46 foot luxury motor yacht and its proximity to the St. Lucia Golf and Country Club and Rodney Bay dining scene, Cap Maison can be either the perfect private retreat or a base for the more active. Mastering the fine art of relaxation, it will appeal to the sophisticater traveller, the romantic and the food lover as well as those seeking stylish and spacious accommodation with lots of activities. - See more at: http://capmaison.com
LA Street Hot Dogs
On my last video, I posted corn dogs and wanted to use up the rest of the hot dog package. I decided to make LA street hot dogs. LA street dogs are sold outside of sporting events, LA street fairs, and night clubs/bars. It is basically a bacon wrapped hot dog topped with onions and bell peppers. This is great for lunch, dinner, serve it on your next bbq/tail gate party, or a late night snack. Guarantee that your friends and family will love it! Recipes: www.ivyskitchen.net Follow me: Instagram: Ivysfood Facebook.com/ivysfood (Fan page) Facebook.com/whatsivycooking (Personal Page) Music credit: https://soundcloud.com/dcuttermusic https://soundcloud.com/andrewapplepie
Views: 360 Ivys Kitchen
Rocky Point beach vendors making sandia loca, or crazy watermelon
You can find this massive fruit treat all over the beaches in this Sonoran vacation town Puerto Peñasco.
Views: 2813 Arizona Daily Star
Fiji - Outpost Of Empire (1940)
Fiji Islands. Documentation contains transcript of commentary. LS. Plane flying along - over sea. LS. Aerial shot of breakers in a line of spray over submerged coral reef. LS. Elevated shot of one of the Coral islands on the Fiji group. LS. Elevated another island. LS. Elevated shot Naselei beach. LS. GV. The island of Viti Levu, the largest.island in the group. Aerial View. MS. The plane from Australia touching down. MS. The landing plank being wheeled into position L.S. People alighting from 'plane LS. General view of the 'Grand Pacific' hotel MS. People walking over bridge. LS. Two native walking along colonnade of building. SCU. Native policeman on traffic duty. LS. Elevated shot of side modern street MS. Native market.SCU. Native woman street vendor. SCU. Native women street vendor selling bunch of fruit. MS. Blind beggar tapping his way along street. MS. Indian mother and child on kerb. LS. Tracking shot along toad out of Suva town. LS. Pan of pineapple plantation. Ms. Pineapple plant showing pineapples. MS. Woman picking pineapples. SCU. Three European children eating pineapples CU. Three European children eating pineapples. LS. Through palm trees of sugar plantation (2 shots) L.S. Pan over sugar plantation. MS. Indian workers hacking down the canes. MS. Indian loading canes onto trucks. LS. Train pulling trucks laden with canes leaving to the mills. LS. A convoy of barges carrying sugar canes to mills. MS. A convoy of barges carrying sugar canes to mills. MS. Travel shot from boat travelling up river (Wainamboos) MS. The banks taken from the river showing natives watching boat pass. LS. Elevated shot of native village of grass thatched huts called bures. MS. White woman welfare officer sitting amid group of native children outside grass hut. M.S. Woman's hands open small native boy's mouth to inspect his teeth. CU. Head shot of native boy smiling. SCU. Native baby in mother's arms crying. M.S. Group of native children waving from bank. MS travel along with children running on bank beside boat. LS. The residence of the British governor. LS. Native police band parading in ground of residence for the lowering of colours at sunset. LS. Police parading led by ban. MS. Police parading SCU. The Union Jack flying. MS. The Union Jack flying. pan down to police grouped at foot of pole preparing to lower it. M.S. Police at foot of flag pole present arms and as bugle plays one start to lower the flag. SCU. Two police bugler playing. Ms. Police grouped at foot of pole while on lowers flag. MS. the flag being lowered. MS. The flag is brought to earth. LS. Elevated view of a sandy beach. MS. Through palms of surf breaking over beach. M.S. Shots of coast and palms.( 2 shots) (Comb. F.G. B/W.) FILM ID:2491.05 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 13435 British Pathé
Kay's Food Tour-Bermuda ( Vlog 38)
Looking for places to eat in Bermuda? This vlog covers most of my meals during my stay. Music: Intensions Oud Dance
Views: 124 Kay Seminomadic
Spongebob Squarepants Bikini Bottom Squidward Playset Toy + Shopkins Season 3 Blind Bag
Spongebob Squarepants figure playsets toy review and unboxing of Squidward Tentacles house, Patrick Star rock house and jellyfish from Imaginext fisher price nickelodeon. Let's unbox a Shopkins Season 3 blind bag while we are under the sea too! Music by Cookieswirlc A unique channel bursting with fun, positive, happy energy featuring popular videos on Disney Frozen (Frozen Fever), Princesses, Littlest Pet Shop LPS, Shopkins, Inside Out, mermaids, My Little Pony MLP, Lego, Barbie dolls, Play Doh, Squinkies, Build A Bear and much muchy more!!! Everything form stories, series, movies, playset toy reviews, hauls, mystery surprise blind bag openings, and DIY do it yourself fun crafts! ___________________________________________________________ New Shopkins Season 3 playset pack Ice Cream Truck Set Food Fair. It contains exclusive Shopkins figures water bottle and double scoop ice cream and accessories. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M42lyuw8NLE&index=1&list=PLL-Nk7g-sSAApdavUTekRLmVxg4FjbGd5 New Shopkins Season 3 playset pack Makeup Shop Fashion Spree Playset. It contains exclusive Shopkins figures and accessories. Unboxing a blind bag from season 2 Shopkins https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47FNgLViICA Shopkins Season 3 Playset Cupcake Collection Food Fair Exclusive Cake Pop Display Toy Video Unboxing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udm3DQ8Ru_A&index=11&list=PLL-Nk7g-sSAApdavUTekRLmVxg4FjbGd5 DIY Craft Squishy Shopkins Season 3 Special Edition Rita Ruler Make & Do It Your Self How To Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_TO7VdKnLU&index=1&list=PLL-Nk7g-sSAAYT2yfalSp4IDN6Tk_mTUJ Taylor Swift Celebrity Fashion Doll & Barbie Rock 'N Royals Toy Review - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORurkYUVoqo Top 10 must haves from the Dollar Tree... spend only $10 to get back to school ready! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vwypIDKA4k&index=70&list=PLL-Nk7g-sSAA81M-70AsSscAQFSyW4n57 Disney Pixar Inside Out Control Console & Light Up Glow JOY Doll - Toy Unboxing Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HuxVzqpmLw Back To School Classroom Playset with Teacher & Principal & Shopkins Season 3 Blind Bag https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmrNxjFUiN4 Awesome new Disney Descendant Dolls: Ben son of Beauty (Belle) and the Beast (Prince Adam) and Mal daughter of Maleficent based off of the new live action TV movie. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCgPYz0tft8 New Shopkins Season 3 playset pack Shoe Dazzle Fashion Spree Set. It contains exclusive Shopkins figures and accessories. Even Disney Frozen Queen Elsa doll wants to shop. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJwkEZ3x0f8&index=10&list=PLL-Nk7g-sSAApdavUTekRLmVxg4FjbGd5 The Scoops Ice Cream Shopkins Season 3 truck is here serving up playdoh ice cream treats to new littlest pet shop bobblehead friends. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhIcbG2GH-c&list=PLL-Nk7g-sSADRdR4fhoPXTqL6HQv4qEIG&index=1 This awesome Shopkins mini purse is filled with mystery surprise toys. Disney Frozen Fash'ems, Shopkins Season 3 and 2 (any limited editions in there?), My Little Pony POP Funko Vinyl and more! Enjoy this toy unboxing video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLGIgteH2FY&index=2&list=PLL-Nk7g-sSADRdR4fhoPXTqL6HQv4qEIG Shopkins Season 3 12 pack and 2 Blind Bag baskets! Enjoy this Shopkins Season three review video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkTT3i0tnLI More MLP Pop ponies and Shopkins: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E63FC7TzxoE ___________________________________________________________ Be a Cookie Fan and SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCelMeixAOTs2OQAAi9wU8-g?sub_confirmation=1
Views: 13024227 CookieSwirlC
53rd and 6th
A short documentary about the 53rd and 6th chicken and rice vendor in New York City.
Views: 11275 Francis Andal
Lobster Boy, Jamaican Style, Grill Deluxe
We are at Booby Cay Island in front of Negril, Jamaica. Lobsters fresh out the ocean. Never tasted so good!
Views: 1170 Dérive
Video Postcard to Council Member Leroy Comrie
On August 11, 2011, members of the Street Vendor Project went to Jamaica Center (home of Council Member Leroy Comrie) to ask him to sign Intros 434 and 435, which would reduce the $1,000 fines licensed street vendors currently receive for minor violations like vending more than 18 inches from the curb. Please visit www.streetvendor.org for more info.
Views: 1285 deuteronomie
Moti Roti at #StreetNights at JBR
An American food truck with a Pakistani metalwork touch! Moti Roti in known for its rotis, and also specialises in home-style Pakistani food
Views: 226 TheWalkDPG
Bhimavaram beautiful sandy beach nearest nidamarru
Pedagollapalem ,nidamarru near bhimavaram it's a wonderful location to love birds
Views: 362 Ravi Chinna
Kanteen: An Ilonggo Food Adventure in the Heart of the City
Craving Ilonggo food? Kanteen's got the goods! Check out this haven for authentic Ilonggo home cooking. For more ideas on where to dine, check out Appetite Magazine's latest issue or head to our website: http://watchappetite.ph/dining-out Music: "Alive" by Jahzzar
Views: 3111 WatchAppetite

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