Street food

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After visiting the Recoleta, known as the prettiest cemetery in the world, the Baker and non-baker were in want of a snack. But not wanting to sit down for a full meal, they did the next best thing: stopped at a small cart for a chori-pan, the local equivalent of a hotdog, heated on a griddle and topped with lettuce, chopped tomato and onion, chimichurri, and tomato slices.

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