Asia shop findings #1: Eel, Kimchi, nachhaltig foltern

Once a week I pass by this asian food shop, and get creative. Once a week I try stuff I’ve never tried before. And it’s about time you got to know about it. So Marc Amton and I got together, invited our inhouse photographer and best mate of all times, coolest guy in the world and lovely chap MICHAEL to come and eat along, and tried the following in combination:

Now, concerning the “nachhaltig foltern” (i.e. sustainable torturing), here an idea how to – in times where american presidents with intellects comparable to those of your standard canned eel don’t sign badly needed kyoto protocols we really need to get creative – at least take an ecologically more refined approach at torture: Grow new plants to get information out of people! Greatly reduces CO2 in the atmosphere too!

This matter was brought up after dinner and vividly discussed, also leading to the rat torture and letting other critters run up your arse. If you’re interested in more graphic depictions, check out this south park episode.

This will be all for now, we’ll try to find more unbelievable food next week.

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  1. Dextor wrote on February 7, 2008 at 14:58 #

    Is the “death” tag related to the garlic or the bamboo torture?

  2. flinzomster wrote on February 7, 2008 at 18:20 #

    well, depends. The eel was quite dead also.

  3. inhouse photographer wrote on February 8, 2008 at 00:35 #

    yeah. so i am only the “inhouse” photographer. eat your shit alone next time.

  4. inhouse photographer wrote on February 8, 2008 at 00:37 #


  5. flinz wrote on February 8, 2008 at 11:10 #

    better? i mean, BETTER?! You’ll eat my shit NOW?

  6. dexter wrote on February 15, 2008 at 03:06 #

    yeah and like hello, now that michael is the official inhouse photographer, what does that leave for me?! the inofficial outhouse photographer? bah, i say!