We'll be dining tonight at the Consumptive Dog Cafe
<StanXhiao> At the beginning of Republic of China, the man costume mainly adopted the mandarin jacket and long gown. Following the western wind gradually moving to the east, the men in Shanghai especially the staffs of many foreign companies firstly put on the western costume but not rejected the traditional costume, the mandarin jacket, long gown and western costume appeared concurrently.
<agent_orange> how I kong for those days
<agent_orange> er, long
<StanXhiao> Yes please.
<mdxi> going native, stan?
<StanXhiao> Entering in 1920s, the woman's costume of Shanghai gradually preferred gorgeous style
<StanXhiao> Oh, indeed mister!
<StanXhiao> Got to prepare for the China trip next year
<StanXhiao> Or, come to think of it, conversing with most of my co-workers.
<StanXhiao> who are native Chinese.
<agent_orange> really for true going to china?, or just going to epcot?
<mdxi> i still don't appear to be able to pronounce "chopsticks" properly in Chinese. i should just give up.
<StanXhiao> No, Beijing and God knows wher else.
<StanXhiao> After the reform and opening, the national economy has developed rapidly, people's dress and make-up gradually become exquisite. The men and women's costume develops towards personalization and fashionableness, and gradually connects the rain with international metropolis.
<agent_orange> "Chop-fuckin' sticks, pal? Speekee Engrish?"
<StanXhiao> I will, also, have to connect /my/ rain with the international metropolis.
<StanXhiao> Ah, Garden Delicious Town restaurant!
<StanXhiao> Many recipes here
<StanXhiao> Here's a place to visit: "Howel Lownge."
<StanXhiao> They serve Camel Hoof Paste
<StanXhiao> Clean the hoof and pull its hair up, braise it for 30 minutes, remove the bone and put it in a bowl,
<tieboy> "Tired of chasing your camels! Use camel hoof paste!"
<StanXhiao> And here, the "Long Men Hotel Restaurant."
<StanXhiao> Here's one that Keane might like: "Seafood Restaurant."
<StanXhiao> The listing below it is "Seagull Restaurant."
<StanXhiao> Surf & Nest Platter
<StanXhiao> And if your food wants to travel? It can stay at the "Tin Tin Seafood Hotel."
<StanXhiao> Anyone care for Steamed Eel Slices Shaped Like Turtle?
<StanXhiao> or Crystal Pig's Stomachic Pieces Soup
<agent_orange> mmm.. "braised and roasted pig head"
<tieboy> Shaped like turtle... heh
<StanXhiao> Meatballs stuffed with crab ovum
<StanXhiao> Pig head!
<tieboy> Mmm. I remember running home from school, coming into the house and smelling the delicious scent of crab ovum cooking on the stove
<agent_orange> Cut open the scraped and washed pig head in the ack,remove the brains andbones, soak it in clear water for tow hours, boil it for twenty minutes, dig out the eyes, cut off the ears, cheeks, snout, lymphatic meat, scrape off the tongue, membrane and boil it in clear water over a roaring fire for about 20minutes twice.
<agent_orange> what the hell is left?
<tieboy> I'd say "Can you shape it like turtle? Pritty pritty please?"
<Elkman> I'm (sort of) glad I already ate.
<StanXhiao> Q: How do you know if a crab is male or female? A: See if it have ovums!!!!
<StanXhiao> Chicken loin grains in nest
<StanXhiao> Saute stuffed scallop balls
<StanXhiao> Q: How do you tell male or female the fish?
<agent_orange> "Put a hard thing into the mouth of the fish"
<StanXhiao> the scallop
<StanXhiao> Braised black carp's hind parts
<StanXhiao> 2 black carp's hind parts, 50 g mincement, 20g fermented glutinous rice
* > It's the Carp's Ass!
<StanXhiao> Saute frog legs stuck on bamboo pieces
<agent_orange> Fish butt with seven jade happiness
<StanXhiao> heehee, carp's ass
<StanXhiao> Baked Suckling Pig With Roast Duck & Beef Tendon
<StanXhiao> Skewered Cicadas
<Elkman> Ow. I'd rather now get skewered in the cidadas, thank you.
<StanXhiao> Crammed duck: Kill the duck, remove its tongue, then depilate it in hot water of 60C, pump air into it to separate the skin and meat. Remove the feet, make a cut in right side to remove the intestines, windpipes, support its breast up with sorghum stalk, remove the wing ends, remove the rectum from anus, clean it with water.
<kaufman> now elk?
<tieboy> Save the rectum!
<StanXhiao> The trick is the sorghum stalk, as seen in (Ken, what DFC was that?).
<agent_orange> I can't seem to find that on my Williams-Sonoma good cooking CD
<Elkman> Dammit. I'd rather NOT get skewered in the cicadas.
<SeanQ> agto: are you looking under "duck anus" or "anus, duck"?
<agent_orange> Save anus. Give to country no-brain cousin for wedding ring
<StanXhiao> Here's what you do with the duck's tongue: Braised Turtle Skirt & Duck Tongues
<kaufman> next the recipe for sticcky buns ...
<agent_orange> Sean: pig anus, eel anus, veal anus, glazed anus...
<agent_orange> Bubba Rump Anus Company
<StanXhiao> I hope they have McDonald's!
<StanXhiao> The picture shows the humorous and lovely cartoon figure of a fast food shop.
<StanXhiao> Have a taking picture now, with the Roland MacDoland!
<StanXhiao> Looks like all major Chinese cities have their own web site
<agent_orange> Two McDuckAnus and a seaweed shake, prease
<agent_orange> those gifs really bring out the post-operative colors of the food...
<Elkman> Where are you guys finding these abuses of food?
<StanXhiao> Here's a restaurant in Beijing: Wangfujing ("Sick" Duck)
<StanXhiao> Another: Pavilion for Listening to the Orioles
<agent_orange> We'll be dining tonight at the Consumptive dog Cafe
<StanXhiao> Here's another: Chinese Restaurant
<StanXhiao> No "Fine Seafood," however.
<SeanQ> Gazebo With View of Slaughterhouse
<SeanQ> Pavilion Overlooking Prison Yard - "You like screaming or non-screaming?"
<StanXhiao> Oh, and a few "American" restaurants: Frank's, Rome, Garden, etc
<agent_orange> Delicacies like the big yellow croaker with preserved Chinese cabbage, braised skinned fish, sea eel braised in casserole and fried peanuts with liver moss can be found in the Ningbo Restaurant on Pingliang Road. The tender white chicken...of the Xiao Shao Xing Chicken Porridge Restaurant ...is
<agent_orange> killed and stewed right on the spot.
<agent_orange> mmm... big yellow croaker
<SeanQ> agto: they get them from the rest home up the street
<StanXhiao> I bet they have the freshest kidey pie in town
<agent_orange> with liver moss ... [drool]
<SeanQ> harvested from the yellow croakers with cirrhosis
<Elkman> "Shanghai ON Internet".
<agent_orange> see--it's a trend!
<agent_orange> Shandong Chemistry Hotel have been awarded many prizes and honors, such as "the Women League in China Chemical Ministry ", "Two Star Hotel for Satisfaction of Customer" and the "First Class Restaurant for Price Control"
<tieboy> good ornamented guestrooms
<StanXhiao> Highly Decorated Ornaments With Braised Turtle Testes
<tieboy> hair care and beauty available in the hotel
<SeanQ> but has Mr Luke given them the prestigious "A-OK Mister Webb Site Award"?
<StanXhiao> Hong Kong sports the Cyber-X Multimedia Fun Pub
<StanXhiao> Fook Lam Hot Pots Restaurant
<StanXhiao> Honey Honey Dessert House
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