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April 14, 2012


Unfortunately our strict policy prohibits us from presenting the Dining Out Guide.

(Thanks to Joe in Japan)


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That was dumb. I am all for trying other cuisine as long as it doesn't have bizarre things in it.

I saw Dum Cooking with Martha Stwewart. It was a nightmare as they couldn't agree on how to make a
meat loaf.

Mebbe if they tried "raw dogs" ... ?

"... Dum Pukht exemplifies the 200-year-old legacy of specialized cuisine from the kitchens of the Nawabs of Awadh."

Other specialized cuisines include Agh Gnew, the favorite dishes of the Nattering Nabobs of Negativism; Eetchit An-Dye, a violence-based cooking style prevalent in New Jersey; and my personal favorite, Mee Sum Too, the dish that Nguyen Twist famously asks for more of in Dickens' novel of the same name.

But do they have Klingon Gagh?

They did, but penicillin cleared it right up.

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