Monday, March 30, 2009


Fast food is the food that can be prepared and served very quickly. Modern fast food is associated with global chains of fast food restaurants like Burger King, McDonald’s, KFC and the like. And country wise, United States probably would be the first country you would think of if asked about fast food. However fast food chains are not the only sources of this food and it can be found, most likely, in every country in the world.
Fast Food From Europe
Zapiekanki - somewhat similar to a pizza but much less salty - is a popular Polish fast-food composed of a long baguette, sprinkled with chopped mushrooms, meaty toppings and cheese and then heated to melt the cheese, poured on top with ketchup, mayonnaise and additionally other toppings.

Fast Food From Asia & Australia.

The meat pie and sausage rolls are examples of traditional take-away foods. Typically found in many takeaway shops is the ‘Australian Hamburger’. This is mainly distinguished from other hamburgers by the range of fillings available. An order with all fillings is known as a ‘Hamburger with the Lot’. The fillings include lettuce, tomato, cheese, beetroot, grilled onion, bacon, a fried egg and pineapple.

1 comment:

Tattoo Jim said...

I've got to say, they do sound good!