Random Food Photos


#246

Can you not post stuff like this? Thanks.


#247

That’s food?


#248

LA trip ended where it began at Gjusta. Prime rib butcher and octopus escabeche. Egg custard tart was also exceptional.

(Excellent coffee and avacado toast at Chimney Coffee for breakfast).


#249

3 Squeaks? I still can’t figure out whether it’s real or not. :joy:


#250

Baby mice wine from the disgusting food museum.


#251

The Chinese has affinity to steeping wine with a variety of seemingly odd things like snakes and animal penis. I’ve always wondered how they taste!


#252

They mention one of the exhibits of cuy, Peruvian guinea pig. We had that about 25 years ago in Cusco. Not disgusting at all. “Tasted like chicken.”


#253

Apparently like gasoline.


#254

Trying to remember where we were in SE Asia (Laos? Cambodia?) where they had snake ‘marinating’ in their local whiskey. We got the non-snake one :slight_smile:


#255


#256

Take out


#257

What all is in it??? It looks GREAT!


#258

I probably missed an item or two. Salmon, scallop, tuna, octopus, mackerel, eel, egg, salmon roe, cod flakes, cucumber, shiitake mushrooms, rice.


#259

Woof


#260

After dim sum at Jade Garden in the Intl District in Seattle we went to Uwajimaya, an incredible Asian market. You have to spend $10 for an hour of parking. No problem :slight_smile:


#261

Them sea urchins are very well priced.


#262

I had wondered if that one was trying to escape :slight_smile:

When we come to Seattle I’m so envious of those who have access to good seafood.


#263

Scandinavian Airlines snack time, 1969.

Our parents were so lucky.


#264

LOL! I graduated from high school in '65!


#265

Pork jowl char siu at Ho Kee Cafe