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Who Would've Thought...
« on: November 14, 2010, 02:05:01 PM »
Being new to the forum, I thought I'd put out a "Hello Everyone" and post something I found to be interesting with what you can do with fast food. :)

http://shine.yahoo.com/channel/food/10-fast-food-items-turned-into-fancy-dishes-2409342/

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Re: Who Would've Thought...
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2010, 11:00:49 AM »
Welcome you8myrice!  Looking forward to your posts.

And thank you for this.  I LOVE it!

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Re: Who Would've Thought...
« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2013, 02:59:24 PM »

This dish is called Odori-Don

http://youtu.be/4wmdg6THjC8


 

It has a dead squid on top that “dances” when Soy Sauce is poured on it,

activating it’s neurons (Odori don - The new dish where a squid comes

"back to life" and dances on your plate ...

 

Diners in Japan looking for a moving experience over dinner can now order

a squid that dances off their plate.  A restaurant has created a dish, named

Odori don - literally meaning dancing squid rice bowl - by adding soy sauce

to a fresh squid.  The high salt content in the sauce reacts with ions in cells

of the squids' tentacles creating voltage differences, and making the squid

move.

 

To prepare the dish, chefs at Ikkatei Tabiji, in Hakodate, Japan, first remove

the head of the squid before serving the body, with tentacles intact, over a

bowl of sushi rice.  Seasoned soy sauce is then poured over it.  As the squid

is served so fresh, when the sauce is added signals across nerve cell membranes

are re-activated temporarily, making it 'come back to life'.  The body is then

removed and prepared by the chef to be served as a side accompaniment.

The meal, which is proving popular with diners, costs around ¥2,000 or £15.30

per person.  The dish is such a success that the restaurant have patented the

name of the creation.  Now other restaurants in the area have begun making

their own versions of the Hakodate dish, under different names.



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Re: Who Would've Thought...
« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2015, 05:40:16 AM »
 felt very well at this time.

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Re: Who Would've Thought...
« Reply #4 on: January 12, 2015, 03:26:14 PM »
felt very well at this time.

What felt very well ?     

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Finding offense where none is intended is a form of selfishness.

When facts change, I change my mind.  What do you do?

It's a poor craftsman that blames his tools.

 

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