|Pillager - 2009-11-06 |
Not the bukkake I was expecting, but still worth 5 stars for the dog & the telepathic poodle.
Nor was there any dog in this dish at all.
|zatojones - 2009-11-06 |
I like this series but -1 star for the fact that making these dishes are nearly impossible unless you live with access to a store that sells the specialty items that are invariably required
I can forgive it in this kind of setup, where they're showing an old tradition. What pisses me off is when those hacks on food network start whipping out the Thai lemongrass, Brazilian hatch peppers, preservative free soft French cheeses that can't be imported thanks to various laws, and so on.
|RocketBlender - 2009-11-06 |
I'd like to clarify here that I'm a chef by trade and food nerd, NOT some weeaboo.
"Bukkake" wasn't always a pornographic word, and still isn't. Literally translated, it means to have something poured over (subject of the sentance). Bukkake udon is when the broth is poured over the noodles, rather than them being cooked or dipped in it. Also noteworthy is that there is a traditional bukkake broth.
Although when you know the literal translation of the word, it does make the porn term slightly mote disturbing...
|Camonk - 2009-11-06 |
I'm gonna go rate that dog. That dog is getting a really high rating from me.
|cognitivedissonance - 2009-11-06 |
Poodles are not dogs. Poodles are particularly evil cats.
|Stog - 2009-11-06 |
Well, I came for the bukkake and I stayed for the meal.
|Chalkdust - 2009-11-06 |
subliminal completed dish at 1:55
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