Food Street

3 01 2016
Myself, Sam, Lydia, and Morgan as we explored "Food Street" in Wuhan.

Myself, Sam, Lydia, and Morgan as we explored “Food Street” in Wuhan.

One of our feats of the weekend was to explore so-called “Food Street” together, and we tried lots of Chinese specialties, such as pig’s feet, deep-fried bananas, peanut-butter noodles, and so on.

Wuhan is well-known for this dish, affectionately called "peanut butter noodles" by all true peanut-butter-loving Americans. They are made with sesame sauce and have a very similar taste to peanut butter.

Wuhan is well-known for this dish, affectionately called “peanut butter noodles” by all true peanut-butter-loving Americans. They are made with sesame sauce and have a very similar taste to peanut butter.

Deep-fried banana.

Deep-fried bananas.

Yes, those are pigs feet. Turns out they are mostly fat.

Yes, those are pigs feet. Turns out they are mostly fat, though.

There were so many people out that you could barely walk in this narrow street.

All the skewers that people used during the day.

All the skewers that people used during the day.

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