You could do a calzone, you could do a Hot Pocket, you could do a pierogi, a knödel, filled cookies, there's tons of stuff you could do. We make a product in Guatemala and El Salvador called a pupusa, which is a flour tortilla dough, stuffed with beans and flattened and fried at home. In Brazil, we make a coxinha [a chicken croquette], which has a mashed potato casing, with chicken, spices and cilantro inside, and it's breaded and fried. It comes out as a teardrop or a drumstick. It's a very popular item in Brazil; it's in every bar and appetizer menu. In the UK, we make an item that has a whole hardboiled egg inside a pork casing, a Scotch egg.