Saturday, June 18, 2005
This week the challenger was a Chinese chef; he chose to challenge the Japanese Cuisine Iron Chief. Not surprisingly he lost, after all you get 3 Japs to judge the food and they aren’t gourmets? WTH
Blardy hell, and that Chinese chef was actually Deng Xiao Ping’s head chief. They trying to put down China and Chinese food, is it?
Blardy hell, 1 of the judges [either the poet or actress commented about bird’s nest, “what’s that? Swallow’s nest? Never heard of it…oh is it? Used for desert in Chinese cuisine…how interesting!”] What kind of retarded judge is that? Blardy hell, never heard of bird’s nest. PENGZ.
I didn’t need to watch the end to know who lost. Damn, what do they know about Chinese food. Japanese food in general has a stronger taste to it, whereas Chinese food aren’t so. Moreover, the main ingredient was egg, how strong can the dishes get?
A Jap production, with Jap judges, Jap host, Jap chef against just 1 Chinese chef. Damn cock-ka-na-than.
They had a chinese Iron Chef there also, but why the hell did a Chinese guy challenge the Japanese chef fully knowing the differences in both Japanese and Chinese cuisine. The challenger had a choice of who to challenge, and he should've chosen Chen Kenichi.
Oh ya, real Chinese food is actually stronger in taste and much more oily than Japanese food. It's only that the chinese food we have here in SQ is actually blander than japanese food...
wat i would give for bird's nest...:)
jayaxe: ya lah but when the iron chef's record is 29 wins and only 2 defeats?
gene: if want to challenge of cuz go for the best, but u have a point
AKK: haha, me too, long time no eat liao loh.
YH: 16th july night flight
Chinese & Japanese... everytime you put them together in a competition, the political aspect seems to come out.
I know lots of Japanese, and they're of a totally different mentality and generation from the supposedly heartless, gutless and spineless Japs of the 1940s...
My uncle's jap, Osaka native, and he's a nice guy.