Photo courtesy of Alex Chiu.
Found in China.
I’ll eat anything fried.
How crude of them.
Finally! Something to take my fat-soluble vitamins with!!!
Let’s fry up some pie & ice cream and have a la mode!
Now that’s some SLICK marketing!
Main ingredient: Chinesterol
Mmmmm … SHELLfish!
Is it Fry day already?
Don’t forget to say grease before you eat.
It’s the Oily Boid Special.
The really oily food has an X on it.
The oily boid catches the woim.
Hey, they do use the term “stinky tofu” in a non-ironic context.
Well, it is a balanced meal, what with all that cucumber….
@coffeebot | 10:03 am: You may want to re-think that! O_o
And today’s post is from China…
There is something called Fried Butter…
But not rice
But it could be a fish
EP90 will be fine thanks.
OK, I’ve waited long enough to translate.
This dish is apparently called “You Zha Gao” (Yo Ja Gow) and literally just means “Fried Cake”.
There are different versions with different fillings (or none at all) or different items sprinkled on top (white or black sesame seed or none at all, etc.) but apparently this fried sweet is particularly famed in Tianjin.
Oily fatty greasy sweetened goodness!
Oily to bed, oily to rise… is actually kind of gross.
@DNT 01203. I think I posted that “Gutter Oil” thing years ago.
Just as revolting though.