Hal­i­fax’s of­fi­cial food goes global — thanks don­air cam!

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The don­air has gone global.

Peo­ple the world over are watch­ing the cone of spiced meat slowly spin­ning in front of its grill thanks to the first 24/7 don­air we­b­cam based in Hal­i­fax, where the don­air reigns supreme as the city’s of­fi­cial food. Twelve hours af­ter first go­ing live from King of Don­air’s Quin­pool Road shop on Mon­day morn­ing, the we­b­cam had al­ready reached view­ers around the globe.

“Don­air cam is alive and spin­ning and well. We’ve hit (view­ers on) pretty much ev­ery con­ti­nent al­ready,” King of Don­air owner Norman Na­has said on Mon­day af­ter­noon. “A lot of peo­ple are won­der­ing what a don­air is, and a ton of them are just happy to see a look of home and kind of bring back some nos­tal­gia.”

Na­has said the idea for a 24/7 view of the mes­mer­iz­ing spin­ning cone of meat was born af­ter Nova Sco­tia We­b­cams ap­proached him with the idea.

Nova Sco­tia WE­B­CAMS

A screen­shot from the don­air cam.

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