Fortified with iron…

Fortified with iron…

posted on 5 Nov 2009 in Chinglish, Menus

Photo courtesy of Nate Zhang.
Menu found in China.

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Ralph. Hamilton
Ralph. Hamilton
12 years ago

Fried fork. The official organ is toast.

Ralph. Hamilton
Ralph. Hamilton
12 years ago

I’ll have the fork’n sweet sauce.

Algernon
Algernon
12 years ago

Goes well with a baked knife in a butter sauce.

SF
SF
12 years ago

And give me a spoon cake for dessert.

beechoak
beechoak
12 years ago

Do you have fried chop sticks? The doctor says I need more fiber.

kringo
kringo
12 years ago

Fork: the other white silverware.

dangevin
12 years ago

Tine for dinner!

dangevin
12 years ago

“Waiter, there’s a fork in my meal.”
“Excuse me sir, while I get the fork out of here.”

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
12 years ago

The dish next to the fried fork is roast cuttlery.

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
12 years ago

and the dish below the fried fork is fried toothpicks served with ketchup.

Pete
Pete
12 years ago

Sweet ‘n’ Sour Fork. Yum!
Do you folks serve candied knife, too?

Blaze
Blaze
12 years ago

Note to Big Fat Cat:

Dish next to it is actually roast Cuttlefish.

Uhh… I’ll take the fork, please

Blaze
Blaze
12 years ago

Southern cooking at its best. If you can find it on a dinner plate, we’ll fry it.

rowger
rowger
12 years ago

Well, fork it then.

beechoak
beechoak
12 years ago

Flied Folk!

Grifter
Grifter
12 years ago

May I substitute this with a Spoon instead? Fried Fork gets stuck in between my teeth.

Xila31
Xila31
12 years ago

Sorry, I’m a spoonitarian.

dangevin
12 years ago

Stainless meal.

Ben
Ben
12 years ago

Well, that explains why there’s a piece of ham wrapped up in my napkin.

Chris
Chris
12 years ago

Well, fork this.

jjhitt
jjhitt
12 years ago

I said prawns, not prongs.

J-Luke
J-Luke
12 years ago

Fingerprickin’ good…

kringo
kringo
12 years ago

I’ve heard of spoonerisms, but this is ridiculous!

BeadyEl
BeadyEl
12 years ago

Of course, the real irony is, most customers will eat it with chopsticks…

Dude
Dude
12 years ago

Now if they had fried spork, then I could get my recommended daily allowance of nutrients that much quicker.

Miao
Miao
12 years ago

I wonder if one could catch tine flu from eating fork.

Cecily
Cecily
12 years ago

“Sweet sauce” is a euphemism for “silverware polish”.

Lollerskate
Lollerskate
12 years ago

What is written at the right? “Roast Cuttlass”??

Kitsune
Kitsune
12 years ago

What the fork?

Kitsune
Kitsune
12 years ago

“What the fork?”

Kitsune
Kitsune
12 years ago

Sorry for the double post.

Wow this country is frugal, even the silverware is edible.

Chuck
Chuck
12 years ago

Real question at my workplace’s cafeteria:

“Where can I get fork ‘n knife?”

So tempted to answer, “In the fork’n box !”

Lora
Lora
12 years ago

Fried fork, huh? Does it come in metal or plastic?
Oh, right. A plastic fork would melt in the frier. Very messy.

John van Rooyen
12 years ago

Does the fried fork come with fried lice?

Chris
Chris
12 years ago

This is a lovely dish. Tastes quite sharp…

drumming_panda
drumming_panda
12 years ago

I suppose it’s safer than microwaved fork…

Cobi
12 years ago

I’m never eating here again, mine was raw

Raymund Victor
Raymund Victor
12 years ago

i suppose that dish is for people with not enough iron in their diet

Ptharien's Flame
Ptharien's Flame
11 years ago

That’s [i]fork[/i]ified

Blac Kat
Blac Kat
11 years ago

That’s some forking good sweet sauce.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
6 years ago

– A pan and a plate with a napkin, no knife, medium- rare. And a bottle to drink, please.

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