Posts Tagged ‘weird’

Oct 22, 2014

Eating Cat Meat!!!

Nov 5, 2013

10 Most Unappetizing “Weird” Foods

By Chongchen Saelee

Every culture has its own foods. Some are complex recipes, some are not. Some foods are eaten out of necessity, while others are out of luxury. Either way, here is a list of foods I have encountered in my personal life, although not wide and vast enough, that I consider not that appetizing. (more…)

Sep 19, 2013

Crickette Omelette = Fried Crickets in Chicken Eggs

Garcon, garcon! There is SOMETHING in my omelette! (more…)

Sep 2, 2013

Crickettes Fried Cricket Snack Review

If you are interested, you can also check out my Larvets fried mealworm snack review at:
http://blog.eastfist.com/2013/08/30/living-up-to-stereotypes-eating-larvets-fried-mealworm-snack-review-3-flavors/

Aug 30, 2013

Living up to Stereotypes: Eating Larvets Fried Mealworm Snack Review (3 Flavors)

As another part of my “Living Up To Stereotypes” series, I finally jumped on the “tough American baby swallows exotic food and shows tongue to camera” trend. Except, I won’t be filming it. (more…)

Jul 25, 2013

Russians pay USD$860 for Japanese Square Watermelon

Say whaaaaaaaaaat? (more…)

Jul 15, 2013

Introducing the Yolo Cat! From the mind that brought you Pen Tonic Comics

Bom chicka bom bom! Mrow! (more…)

Jun 22, 2009

Mienh-style liang fen is fun!

After exhausting the search for any mention of Mienh-style liang fen (translated from Chinese means “cold noodles”), I decided the burden was up to me to document one of my favorite home-cooked dishes.

If you do a search for “liang fen” through Google (or Yahoo, sigh), you can find a variety of ways the originators prepare it. Make sure you use the image search for a better idea of the diversity. Apparently, the Chinese don’t eat the liang fen with a soup. It seems they prepare it with a sauce, a dollop of flavor. Methinks that Marco Polo missed this treat so much on his trip to “the Orient” that when he returned home, sa-pa-ghe-tee was born.

Anyway, here’s an idea of similar dish from Southeast Asia:

I’d provide the recipe, but I have no idea how to make it. Only how to eat it. Har.