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Paradise in Barcelona


Once I have been in the Garden of Eden. It's called All Those Market, located in the University of Barcelona. If you see just the photos, you can understand immediately why became so popular.

Paradise in Barcelona
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Curry


What's common in a graphic designer, a taxi driver and a chef? Hans Bouman from Hansin Curryvan! As always, it started as a hobby and after a year it fulfils their life more and more. Hans and his wife Monika drive their curry van and make delicious curries on festivals.

Curry
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Pintxos


Have you been to Spain? The tastes are going to be familiar then! Bring back or get to know the local tastes with Pintxos. Rob Reizevoort proves that even snacks have to be premium quality.

Pintxos
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Wentelteefjes


If you are Dutch you probably remember wentelteefjes from your childhood. If it doesn't ring a bell let me just say it's something what your grandma would used to make for you. Roos Zurel and Laura Kraft bringing sexy back by cooking the traditional dutch treat on festivals.

Wentelteefjes
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Soupbus


Jessica Schrier starting her fifth season with her mini van. She wasn't satisfied with her job so started her rolling kitchen way before the street food boom. She is not a vegetarian but still decided to serve vegeterian dishes, making soups and salads in the name of healthy living.

Soupbus
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L'Entrecôte


Tamara Kikkert started as a waitress in the restaurant where she's now the manager. With her friends they didn't like the stagnation of the summer months at the restaurant so they painted red an old citroen and hit the road. They are selling roasted entrecôte beef sandwich with their popular secret sauce.

L'Entrecôte
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The Fries


Roely de Boer and her husband, Klaas Schaft started with ice cream. But since it was raining too much they decided to cook something warm. So they made their own fries. This is Frites de Campagne.

The Fries
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Joeri Tandoeri


Joeri Gerrits was a business consultant not so long ago. Now he is playing with spices and flavours to make Dutch people like more Indian food. It is hard to adjust one culture's taste to another's but if you are passionate like him, it will definitely going it happen.

Joeri Tandoeri
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Raw sweets


In 2009 Daphne Wessel made a decision to change her diet. As she described herself; she is a health-freak and she loves it, and now also trying to prove it to others that vegan lifestyle is not expensive and nor strange.

Raw sweets
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De Oesterkar


Herman de Jongh inherited a Ford Popular. But what to do with it? He decided to take people back to the twenties and thirties. His time travel and its atmosphere is perfect, so as the oyster.

De Oesterkar
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The Beef Chief


Excellent beef, kimchi and passion - sounds like the recipe for a perfect hamburger. Simon Parrott born in England but met street food in the german capital. Finally love brought him to Holland where he now makes the award-winning burger.

The Beef Chief
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Koekiemonsters


Sweets for dogs? Why not! Treats are not necessarily forbidden for pets but it matters what exactly is it made of. Daisy knows exactly what a dog needs and wants simply because she also has one. Cupcake with liver, cream cheese and raspberry. Delicious!

Koekiemonsters
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Insects


Insects and bugs for lunch! Here in Europe it still sounds bizarre, but it's a natural snack and often even a meal in several countries worldwide. Ernst Klijzing served us grasshopper and a risotto with worms in Amsterdam.

Insects
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De Filostoof


What happens if a chef steps out from the kitchen in front of hungry guests? Constant feedback, compliments. That's what happened with Wesley Smulders after 10 years of hard work in the kitchen, taking of the blinkers and meeting people, this is street-food with professionalism.

De Filostoof
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Fenix Foodcourt


Passion and freedom - this is what street food is about. Casper Bregman explains why street food is so popular in The Netherlands. He believes the success is in the enthusiasm for food and the freedom.

Fenix Foodcourt
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Garbanzo


Liesbeth Seegers watched the world through a tiny window of a school. One day she decided to replace this to the window of a caravan and not bound herself by any location. After a long search she found Sabich, the little sister of Falafel.

Garbanzo
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Pannemoeke


It's a real gift if you find Mary Pelders. As a graphic designer, she actually created the most wonderful pancake kiosk we have ever seen by not over designing it. Never advertising herself as cheap or even that she sells pancakes.

Pannemoeke
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Tostimannen


Bart de Haan and Frank Hekman have an office job, but a few times every month they go to the markets and sell their special sandwiches. Meet the Tostimannen!

Tostimannen
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Bearded woman


Indonesian kitchen with an italian impression, a bit french attitude and passion from New York. All mixed together for the dutch taste, this is Bearded woman with Mas van Putten and Carl Lemette.

Bearded woman
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