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While many tweets originate from the Subcontinent, most food from India and Pakistan is too messy for single-handed consumption due to heavy saucing and use of clarified butter (ghee).
However, the samosa,
a popular and compact street food of fried dough stuffed with masala-spiced potatoes, peas and optionally meat is an excellent spicy snack for mobile use.
Similar to the Italian calzone but usually smaller, the Empanada is a fried or baked pastry which originates from the Iberian peninsula in Europe and is popular in the Caribbean and Latin America.
Empanadas are stuffed with any number of fillings, which include Picadillo (ground and spiced meat), chorizo sausage, chicken, vegetables and even cheese and fruit pastes such as guava.
Sushi and Sashimi is without question the most beloved cuisine among the elite Twitterati and geeks throughout the technology industry. But
it requires a certain degree of finesse in order to eat.
However, Temaki Sushi, which are conical-shaped and wrapped in nori seaweed, are ideal for one-handed consumption.
The most popular configurations are spicy tuna, negitoro and crispy salmon skin.
For those of you on a budget, try Temaki's blue-collar cousin, Onigiri. These are rice balls wrapped in nori sheets which are stuffed with fillings such as tuna fish, salmon and other ingredients such as pickled plum.
A variant in Hawaii known as Spam Musubi are rice squares topped with -- you guessed it -- grilled slices of America's favorite processed pork product and then wrapped in nori.