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Thursday, December 18, 2008

Factoid of the day

Japanese food has recently become popular all around the world. But did you know it has been popular in the New Guinea highlands since World War II?

2 comments:

blogstrop said...

The Japanese are very picky about what tuna they eat. They say that farmed tuna is less good than sea-caught tuna because it tastes of the poorer diet the farmed tuna live on.
It must follow that your cannibal-gourmet has similar quibbles, although placing the subsistence cannibal on the same level as your Sydney or Tokyo restaurant critic may involve some cognitive dissonance.
I'm not one to complain about a bit of extra salt, but I guess I'm not your hig-range cannibal. Short pork will do me.

Margo's Maid said...

Can't help thinking that some visiting Australians may have got this notion into their heads...