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Stick n’ Dip

Are you familiar with some street foods? And have you tried eating it and did not resist from eating it again?

Some of those street foods are fish balls and kikiams. It is being cook in a deep-fry process. The vendor cooks it until toast.

This kind of street food is not completely tasty without its sauce. Most people are enjoying it by dipping the food in it. This creamy stuff can be sweet or spicy. If a pap is delicious, most of the customers won’t resist buying it again.
You’ll probably see people enjoying these street foods. Everyone, dropping by the store whenever they fell hungry, just can’t hamper their selves eating fish balls and kikiams.
These two familiar street foods really taste good. There’s no doubt that there are people loves eating fish balls and kikiams. The stick and dip foods.

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