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KFC Hong Kong Serves Flaming Bowls of Not Chicken

by Shane McGlaun
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I’m a picky eater, and I know this about myself. I have rules for food; I’m a food segregationist if you will. My foods don’t touch and I don’t mix salty and sweet. I also don’t eat stuff off the bone because it’s really gross to see all the cartilage, tendons, and bone. I choose not to go to KFC because of bones in the food, but sometimes I wind up there by accident when out to lunch with coworkers. This happened recently. I felt like that one scene in The Aviator where Leo starts loosing it at the dinner table and sweats profusely. I am all for open flames though, so I am a bit torn by the offerings that KFC Hong Kong has recently revealed.

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In my youth, we would eat these Chinese Pu Pu platters which came with raw meat and veggies along with a flame to cook them over. KFC Hong Kong now offers a similar dining experience in the form of a Kansai-style sukiyaki nabe. I’m not sure what that means, but what I do know is one of my rules is eat nothing that still has eyes, so the shrimp bowl is out.

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The little flame underneath appears to boil the liquid in the metal bowl to cook the eats that are in there. I see tofu, beef, a hot cross bun, lettuce, some sort of melon, a red thing that looks like a chunk of a colored ice cream cone, and some sort of fungus along with a little piece of corn. You can only get these eats at one location in Hong Kong, though it’s unclear which one. The meal will cost you the equivalent of $6.40(USD), including rice and a drink.

[via Kotaku]

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