Not exactly a business you can do in your pajamas and quite hazardous but fascinating and rewarding if you are up to it: opening a restaurant in Kabul (Afghanistan). A number of foreign women have opened restaurants in Kabul according to Women’s eNews, offering Thai, Mexican, Filipino, Indian and other kinds of cuisines to residents. It’s not for the faint-hearted. Entrepreneurs must meet United Nations security specifications, which means stationing armed guards at the doors and installing barbed wire around the perimeter. On the other hand, there is a large group of expats and Afghans working in Kabul, who are willing to spend money for chicken adobo and lamb tikka masala.