I'll have a kebab extra large with green and red peppers sauteed onions white sauce, with a little double aged Kefir on the side and an Efies Gusta to go please
we have kebab vans doted all over the place in the UK as well as kebab shops and they do the same here to I think it is pitta bread they stuff all the meat and salad into and then wrap in paper so you can eat it stright away or take it home. Our local Fish and Chip shop also offers both Chicken and lamb or a mixer of both.
It's weird to see street food manufactured at scale. Is this a hotel? Event center? Military kitchen? I'm guessing it's being cooked to eat immediately, and not packaged for sale.
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Jon if you look closely at the last couple of seconds you will see another conveyor system this is almost assuredly a factory setting with the amount of rotisseries and conveyors There is hardly any possibility of it being a military kitchen or a restaurant even if in a huge hotel since just 1 50 lb cob will make close to 200 sandwiches or 150 plate meals those cobs looked to be round 200 to 300 lbs each My first thought might be a stadium. I think I counted something like 26 large ovens and 1 smaller one 2 of the large ovens were empty. Say conservatively 200 lbs and 4 sandwiches to the lb or 800 x 26 =20800 in an 80,000 seat stadium there may be what 1 in 6 or 7 who will want one with all the other stadium food available that might be more like 1 in 4 through out o more the course of a 3 hour game of event that might escalate to 1 in 2 if you count some folks 2 or 3 times. This causes me to think of a 24/7 operation shipping out to resale, since a street vendor can feed 4 to 600 or more in a day with just 2 small 30 to 50 lb ovens. I knew a guy named Mic in NYC who had a self propelled 8 ft cart. He told me his cart cost him $25,000.00 and it paid for it self in 4 months that's a lot of gyro's
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