sweat

Chef’s special – Crispy Breaded Prawns served with sweat and spicy sauce. I presume the chef would have to have a rather severe case of hyperhidrosis in order to produce the special sauce in any considerable quantity.

Sweat, blood and tears went into the preparation of this dish.

Needless to say, I did not ask for seconds.

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15 Responses to “Sweat and spicy sauce”

  1. Count ur blessings! Bless ur lucky stars that u never had the opportunity to see ME cook! Bwahahahahaha!

  2. sweat is a regular ingredient in my cooking that’s why i dare not invite u guys to sample my cooking :)

  3. Beside sweat, saliva too is one of the ingredient in most of my dishes. It makes everyone listen to me.

  4. using sweat can cut the salt
    using saliva can cut the sugar if the saliva is sweet
    conclusion: use natural sources, cut cost!

  5. I love Faux Pas :-) But yes…. so when is anyone going to cook me a home cooked Kuching meal? LOL, I am horrible I know…mooching again

  6. This must be Panzer’s menu. I recognize the menu layout

  7. Thrilled to see you back in action, Huai Bin. You and Maddox are the reasons why I started blogging 2.5 years ago. I want to read everything you write regardless of the topic so it’s wonderful to see SixthSeal alive and kicking once again.

  8. Dude, you can re-post this again under Engrish..this time it’s “Italien”. shouldn’t it be “served”
    btw,their Chinese menu is all F up too.

  9. Dude, :) you can re-post this once more again under Engrish..this time it’s “Italien”. shouldn’t it be “served”
    btw,their Chinese menu is all F up too.

  10. Hmmmm… An excellent marketing idea for a restaurant. Cuisine de exotique a la humain anatomie.

  11. hahahahahha that chef wants ppl to know how he taste like

  12. Dear all, I’m going on a road trip. Will be back tomorrow. I don’t think they have Internet access where I’m going. See ya all tomorrow. Reply the comments then. Cheers!

  13. suituapui: Hmm…are you dishes salty? I like salty. ;)
    bengbeng: Haha! Thanks for the advance warning. :)
    Choonie: I think the traditional method of making someone listen to you is to use a certain feminine hygeine product (used, of course), if you catch my drift. ;)
    goolooloo: I just ate so the proposal sounds kinda gross to me. :)
    Skwermy: I will, if you would allow me into your kitchen when you’re back in Kuching. :)
    Borneo Falcon: Right you are, my friend. It’s from Panzer.
    Brian: Thanks Brian! :) I appreciate the kind comments. Thanks for reading and keep on blogging. Cheers!
    e: Haha! But there wouldn’t be much stuff under Italien so I chucked it into Engrish. ;)
    The strange thing about Panzer is the that staff doesn’t even speak English. Imagine that!
    al’sera: Yeah, I’m sure that would drive the crowds in droves. Lining up to the streets and all that, to sample the secret chef’s ingredient and his meritous policy of literally putting in blood, sweat and tears into his preparations. ;)
    Darren: I just hope he doesn’t have any contagious diseases. ;)

  14. The secret is fat man underarm sweat. ;)

  15. jessy: Ah, no wonder it tastes so good. ;)

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