Korean cookbook bestseller...
"100 ways to wok your dog"
A South Korean man suffering from a bad case of the booze-fuelled munchies decided his landlady's Chihuahua would do nicely as a post-session snack, but ended up part-flambéd and cuffed for his trouble. The 52-year-old canine chef, named only as Park, kidnapped said mutt while his 69-year-old landlady was in the bathroom of the …
"100 ways to wok your dog"
Do you suppose we could get that German bloke with the fire extinguisher fetish to help out here?
... as an English teacher. While it is true that some Koreans eat dog, it's supposed to be a special breed that's raised for the purpose, and it's also not as prevalent as stereotypes make it out to be. In fact, there is a portion of Koreans who believe that eating dog is bad luck.
The others though think it's good for "stamina" by which they mean fido = viagra.
Maybe the old bloke was randy for his landlady, or was short on rent money.
the 150,000 $ cloned pitbull (who would have Chew-ed mr Park)
(permission to groan granted)
"He was charged with theft" as opposed to being prosecuted for harming the animal.
I guess they eat dogs and would regard this in the same way as someone in the UK caught killing someone elses chicken and then burning it...
I'm sure he'll get the support of Pravda...
Look up any good traditional mexican recipe site and you will find recipes for chihuahua. Followed one and substituted rabbit for dog....delicious
Got me feeling quite Melon-Collie, in fact...
I mean really, it's one thing to poke fun at Koreans and drunks, and even drunken Koreans, but the Chihuahua is a kind, loving, intelligent, albeit intensly annoying pet, and its demise is no laughing matter!
Ah, the punchline to the "what do you get if you cross a dog and a cantaloupe" joke from Calvin and Hobbes.
Jasper Carrott wrote "Sweet and Sour Labrador" .... although the title refers to eating in Hong Kong. You can find second-hand copies around.
... I've used Google.
I bet he's in the doghouse now.
"I mean really, it's one thing to poke fun at Koreans and drunks, and even drunken Koreans, but the Chihuahua is a kind, loving, intelligent, albeit intensly annoying pet, and its demise is no laughing matter!"
Well, yeah, but cheering and offering to pay the bloke's bail would come across as a bit mean and lacking sensitivity. So I guess a bit of a chuckle is the least we can do ;)
the chihuahua would not satisfy someone's hunger, there but a snack.
>>> someone elses chicken and then burning it...
Exactly. The Vietnamese could no more understand why we GIs had pet dogs than we would understand chickens as pets.
he would have had to go get some more 10 minutes later
"Now, let'sh see ... boil th' water ... add to Not Poodle ... nah, that'sh not right ... wossat noise?"
The lesson learned from this story is... use a hairless chihuahua.
Yo Qiero Taco Bell Dog?
Do they have dog flavoured OXO cubes? Or do they not make dog soup?
No stock that I saw, but yes on the soup. It's the preferred way, as a matter of fact. It's called bo-shing-tang.
"Look up any good traditional mexican recipe site and you will find recipes for chihuahua."
Not any that I remember of. Maybe confusing Chihuahueños with the Tepescuintle "Hairless" dog breed? Those were served in the prehispanic era :)
Anyway, I do remember one story about a lady who had a small misunderstanding in a restaurant at South Korea. The waiter didn't quite get the "feed the dog" gesture she made, and understood "feed ME the dog". Imagine her dismay when the main dish comes along... "Bring your own food?"
Maybe he just wanted a "small" snack.
Yow! 'M outta here!
I always found them a bit stringy personally.
Been there done that... sitting on the balcony to pissed to stand when a sparrow flew into the glass door beside me and fell out of the air... pulled of the head, stripped off the skin and feathers and gutted with a fingernail... chew and was down with more beer. still warm and raw.
especially the beer :D
vulture icon because it's a dead bird too.
My dad and some colleagues went on a fishing trip to a slightly rural area. One of the colleagues was from Korea. The first day they got their, said Korean said: "I'll make supper tonight, there are quite a few stray dogs around here."
Needless to say, he NEVER got asked to make supper.
Great ruse, thanks for that - I too hate cooking for the gang on away weekends.
One less yapping rat.
Also works when you start a new job or join a new team and you take turns to make coffee. Always be the first to volunteer, then make the WORST cup of coffee you possibly can. Normally gets you off duty for the rest of the project.