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Top 5 Obscure Eating Utensils

Top 5 Obscure Eating Utensils
Sure, the more sophisticated repast requires me to use a steak knife or teaspoon or salad fork, and sometimes, when I'm eatin' chop suey, I even use these crazy things called chopsticks. The world of … Seafood Fork. The seafood fork shows up …
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Korean taste
Unlike traditional Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese or Laotian cuisine, which is eaten with wooden or plastic chopsticks, Korean food is eaten with stainless steel chopsticks and a matching long spoon. Again, most Oriental meals consist of a few choice …
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Fishy Fishy seafood salad
Peel the parsnip, then remove crisp-sized shavings with a potato peeler. Deep-fry until golden brown, being careful not to crowd the pan. Remove from the oil with a slotted spoon, drain on kitchen paper and leave to cool. To make the salad, heat the …
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