Largest restaurant
Sunday, May 24, 2009 | Author: Dav
Greetings,

I caught a program on tv(Discovery!) called World's Largest Chinese Restaurant. I'm not all that squirmish, but when they had a chef cook-off, and they made 2 dishes, I was pretty put off.

The first was a snake dish, which was something that looked like simple chopped snake with soy sauce. What got to me was the fact the snake parts were still squirming around on the plate. The second dish was a fish dish, which was prepared in something like 53 seconds. The fish was fried, but in such a way, that the fish head wasn't fried, and was still 'alive'. The fish gills and mouth were gaping for air, even after being fried.

Come on, that's got to be insane stuff.

Dav out
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7 comments:

On 2:02 am , Calle said...

Whoa! That is crazy indeed. Sure, fresh food is good and all that, but still...

 
On 11:21 am , Dav said...

Fresh to the max!

 
On 12:19 pm , Fish Master Wannabe said...

Some country (especially Japan) would call it art because you need to practice to master the skill. Some even able to cut out the meat from the fish (except its head) and then put it back into the aquarium and let it swim for a few seconds (or minutes) before it dies. Well, those people won't say it's cruel because you could never heard a fish scream, and it is the fish's destiny to be cut off. Chain of life, remember?

 
On 12:21 pm , Dav said...

Well to each their own I guess.

Just not my cup of tea, there are limits to how far you can go for art / food etc till the line blurs and its just plain freeky

 
On 3:25 am , Benjamin said...

I personally insist that all my food has been dead (and frozen) for about a week before I eat it. This being Canada, it usually takes it that long to get here, anyways

 
On 5:25 pm , sher.lina.z said...

life and death limbo food?? *shivers*

 
On 10:33 pm , Alan said...

My food shouldn't move on its own. Ever.

 
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