Fast Food of South and Central America

You read about fast foods of Europe and Asia and Australia, now in the third part of the series, HealthAssist takes a look at fast food from South and Central America. For example, in Panama:
Fondas are one of the most popular places to grab a meal on the go. These small kiosk-type restaurants serve their food from glass boxes heated by a light bulb. Most, if not all of the food served in fondas are fried - rice, hojaldres, pork chunks, empanadas. Fondas also serve a soup called sancocho. Sancocho is a type of chicken soup flavoured with onion and cilantro.

Link -Thanks, Karen!

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This made me very hungry, even at five in the morning.

Why the hell can't people who write these articles put the images in the same order as the listing paragraphs? How damn hard is it to match them up?
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once again students…Mexico is part of North America not Central or South…

Well, that depends, in most places, like Europe, it is assumed that is part of Central America. In some places there isn't even a Central America, just North and South.

It’s easy to mistake because Mexico seems to fit so well with the rest of the third-world countries down south.

The divisions are purely geographical, but you sure do belogn to Morons Island.
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