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6-01-2009 @ 7:27PM
Actually, I have really never pictured black jelly as runny goop. I always pictured it more of a thick gelatin texture cut like calamari strips. I guess it's because I'm thinking jelly fish and not a liquefied sea creature. Being a fan of Asian sea food dishes I would actually think Borean Man o' War would be a tasty treat that would turn out like dark lobster flavored gummy worms, and then packaged as black jelly fish snacks. For a sweet Asian style version, I think a gooey black sweet rice cake with coconut and tapioca would really capture the texture and appearance of a "strange" dish made from "weird" sea creature.The Asian style versions would, of course, be very difficult for many Westerners to make. However, for those lucky enough to know someone with an Asian mom, a lot of Warcraft look-a-like sea food can easily be created. Off the top of my head I can think of Spicy Fried Herring, or the more popular Firecracker Salmon. Also a lot of Asian fruit can easly pass for Kungaloosh ingredients. In fact, I'm starting to feel the urge to drop by the Thai food market for some tasty lychee deserts.
6-01-2009 @ 7:37PM
I nearly went that way with this dish, Fausts, with sticky rice and squid ink, but I thought most players would appreciate a sweeter version. I mean, nothing personal man, but have you taken a good look in the mirror lately? I think your tastes are probably a little skewed ...
6-01-2009 @ 7:49PM
skewed...was that a terrible skewered pun?
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