Mouth watering…

posted on 7 Jan 2020 in Chinglish, Menus

Chicken-lickin’ good!

Photo courtesy of Yici He.
Found in Beijing, China.

17 captions

  1. Droll not Troll | 4:07 am |

    Chicken on a spit is fine; The other way around, not so much.

  2. Droll not Troll | 4:11 am |

    Saliva is a reasonable lubricant – depends on what you intend to do with the chicken.

  3. algernon | 4:11 am |

    Chicken with teeth?

  4. algernon | 4:12 am |

    Something to dribble on

  5. Droll not Troll | 4:12 am |

    Saliva Officinalis?

  6. Droll not Troll | 5:04 am |

    To get saliva that colour, the chicken must have put up one helluva fight!

  7. Running Comment | 5:05 am |

    Tastes like chicken.

  8. Frank Burns | 5:55 am |

    Not as bad as the loogie pork.

  9. DrLex | 6:37 am |

    It’s not really Engrish because that’s exactly what the Chinese characters say. It seems like the Chinese just have very weird dish names.

  10. alexmagnus | 6:54 am |

    @DrLex: character by character indeed ((mouth + water = saliva) + chicken), but my dictionary has a normal translation for the whole dish name: “steamed chicken with chili sauce”

    Also, who said it is (mouth + water) + chichen and not mouth + (water + chicken), that is, a mouth water bird or mouth frog? That’s the main trouble with Chinese, no spaces.

  11. Frank Burns | 12:10 pm |

    We have a new contender for the windbag award!

  12. Marum | 1:42 pm |

    It’s been partially predigested.

  13. Peter Chan | 2:46 pm |

    Droll not Troll . . . this time I bet you can Drool.

  14. Marum | 3:11 pm |

    @DnT 0411. The chicken is in reasonably small pieces. You may stick them where you see fit.

  15. Marum | 5:06 pm |

    @FB 1210 Aww mate. You are too harsh. That is one of the things I Enjoy most ’bout Especially the discourses that run away by themselves, to parts unknown.

  16. Droll not Troll | 9:33 pm |

    @Marum 0511: Now that alexmagnus mentioned the chilli sauce…..

    They say, “Anything is a dildo if you’re brave enough”.

  17. DrLex | 5:37 am |

    @alexmagnus: that is not a translation, it is an explanation. The Chinese name really is “saliva chicken” or “slobber chicken”. On, it is explained that the name comes from the fact that the dish has so much Sichuan pepper in it that it can paralyze the mouth and make it hard to control saliva production.

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