Chef Toshio Tanabe envisions his Tokyo restaurant Ne Quittez Pas
as being like "a nature-surrounded auberge in southern France" where people can sit and eat dirt. His dirt-themed dishes include potato starch and dirt soup, salad with dirt dressing, sea bass with dirt risotto, dirt gratin, dirt ice cream, and dirt mint tea. However, this isn't just any dirt. It's "lab-tested…first-class agricultural soil from the farmlands north of Tokyo, baked, boiled, triple-filtered and mixed with gelatine." [foxnews
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High-class mudpies. Priced appropriately for people with more money than sense. You know, the ones that attend haute couture shows.
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 02/08/13 at 12:14 PM
If any of you is burdened by an overstuffed walllet, I can help you out. And I won't make you eat dirt.
But I can add abuse for free, if required. You cringing worm.
Posted by Harvey on 02/08/13 at 01:52 PM
WTF!! Of course this is out of Japan, they do the most bizzare stuff over there.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 02/08/13 at 09:18 PM
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