Sushi - this isn't entirely accurate, just to warn people: although the romaji for salmon say "sake", the Japanese word for salmon, the katakana says "sãmon"
Salmon Sushi Rolls.
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Yak Penis Someone was once quoted as saying “The Chinese eat anything with four legs, except tables. And everything that flies, except airplanes”. Apparently so. Also known as “Dragon in the Flame of Desire” this dish is famously served in the Guolizhuang Restaurant of Beijing. Although it may seem strange to Western minds, many Chinese believe that it is good for your health, kind of like spinach.
“Drunken Shrimp” is a bowl of live shrimp swimming in a very strong rice wine. The point of the rice wine is to sanitize and flavor the shrimp, get them drunk so they don’t care what you’re about to do and eventually kill them. Once they get relaxed and happy you simply twist their head off, peel and eat them alive. Some people like their shrimp more active saying the flavor is all in the fight.
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