This puzzle was made specifically for DOT's APIA night market festival event. One crossword puzzle is nowhere near as big enough to represent and highlight every single culture that makes up our diverse universe. Nevertheless, I tried my best to take you on a culinary journey of deliciousness you might encounter in the bustling and vibrant night markets throughout Asia. The thing I absolutely love about food (other than making my tummy happy), is that it's a common thread that connects us all.
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Marinated pieces of meat or vegetables in spices and yogurt cooked in a tandoor oven
"The ___ of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice": Martin Luther King Jr.
T.S. ___ (poet who inspired the musical "Cats")
__ __ the run (grabbed something to munch on when you're late for something)
Som ___: spicy salad made from shredded unripe papaya, popular in Thailand and Laos
Chinese soup dumplings traditionally prepared in a bamboo steaming basket (eat carefully as they are filled with hot soup!)
Old name for tokyo
Actress Michelle who played the controlling mother on "Crazy Rich Asians"
Scandinavian version of "Cheers!" while toasting
He said "Am I my brother's keeper?" in the Bible
Like non-prescription meds: Abbr.
Vietnamese sandwich (baguette filled with meat, cucumbers, pickled daikon, pickled carrots, and cilantro)
Japanese "octopus balls" snack (hint: sounds like a cross between a "taco" and "teriyaki")
Old French coin
Commercial suffix with "Cray" or "Motor"
Seafood that looks like a giant shrimp, as seen in the fried snack "cucur udang" popular in Malaysia and Singapore
Appliance sometimes blamed for missing socks
Traditional Himalayan steam-filled dumplings featuring yak meat, but any variation of meat and vegetables may be used as well as style of preparation (steam or fried)
By way of
Malay or Indonesian word for "rice" as in the dishes: "___ goreng" (Indonesian fried rice with kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) and shrimp paste) and "___ lemak (fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf)
Deep-sea exploration pioneer William who designed the Bathysphere
Lion voiced by Liam Neeson in "The Chronicles of Narnia" films
"What's up ___?" (Bugs Bunny's catchphrase)
It's easy as 1-2-3, also what the Malaysian dessert "ais kacang" is commonly known as
Colorful Filipino dessert consisting of sweetened beans, fruits, shaved ice drizzled with evaporated milk, and ube (purple yam) ice cream
Korean seaweed rice rolls that look a lot like sushi
Sis's sibling, perhaps
Where you can go see van Gogh's "The Starry Night," informally
Neighbor of Hong Kong whose variation of 69-Across69A___ tart: Hong Kong snack often served at dim sum restaraunts and cha chaan tengs (tea cafés)[---] tart draws inspiration from the Portuguese "pastel de nata"
"Touch Me in the Morning" singer Diana
Good place to try all the food you see in this crossword puzzle
___ tart: Hong Kong snack often served at dim sum restaraunts and cha chaan tengs (tea cafés)
When an episode of "SNL" ends in NYC, approximately
Like some jokes
Natasha's partner in "Rocky and Bullwinkle"
Hot, or one of the few English words in the song "Gangnam Style"
"I cannot tell __ __" (confession attributed to a young George Washington)
Southern Chinese ethnic group that includes the Hmong (and sounds like the sound a cat makes)
"Oh, cry me a river!"
Home of the Falcons and Braves" Abbr.
Vehicle seen in an iconic photo of the Tiananmen Square protests
"Let __ __" (Academy Award-winning song from "Frozen")
Skewered dish, derived from the Turkish and Arabic word for "roasted meat"
Cute Australian marsupials that aren't really "bears"
"It's __ __ from me" (frequent judge's turndown phrase on "American Idol")
Mr. T's TV group
Parts of a circle equal to half the diameter
"Whatcha waitin' for?"
Boxer De La Hoya or fashion designer de la Renta
Make butter the old-fashioned way
Abbreviation in engineering drawings used to label a feature that is to be interpreted as exactly the same as nearby comparable features
Show approval, in a way
Final resting place, such as a pyramid
___hameha: Goku's signature move in "Dragon Ball Z" (and also the name of a Hawaiian King)
Psychoactive Polynesian beverage that comes from the Tongan and Marquesan word for "bitter" [rhymes with something flowing out of a volcano]
"Wouldn't that be nice!"
Lion voiced by Beyoncé in the 2019 remake of "The Lion King"
When said three times, a "Seinfeld" catchphrase
Class for someone whose native tongue isn't widely spoken in the U.S.: Abbr. [hidden in "Pine-Sol"]
Puerto ___ (its flag is sometimes confused with the Cuban flag)
Former First Lady Michelle with the 2018 hit memoir "Becoming"
Recede. as the tide
Book filled with personal photos and memories
Word often paired with "neither"
El ___: 2019 "Breaking Bad" movie named after the classic Chevy car