Well we finally have our answer. I thought they all did a perfect job on this episode, especially the ending. Minsook may have been the donor, but the entire family seemed to save him which was a nice solution.
Now I hope Nara will keep her promise. She surprised me and revealed she has feelings after all.
It looks like in the previews that she may even give Jongnam some acknowledgement. Too bad there's only 4 episodes left. I'd like to see more.
This has to be the most disgusting of delicacies......
Rocky Mountain Oysters
"What are Rocky Mountain oysters? They are that part of the bull that is removed in his youth so that he may thereby be more tractable, grow meatier, and behave less masculine. When the calves are branded, the testicles are cut off and thrown in a bucket of water. They are then peeled, washed, rolled in flour and pepper, and fried in a pan. They are considered to be quite a delicacy. Like other organ meats, testicles may be cooked in a variety of ways – deep-fried whole, cut into broad, thin slices, or marinated. At roundups in the old West, cowboys and ranch hands tossed the meat on a hot iron stove. When the calf fries exploded, they were done?"
Seeing the bag of black, slimy looking things, and thinking of a play on the name, I thought of leaches. But what do I know?
Loaches, leeches they both look good compared to this:
This is for sale at the Korean street fest...MMMMM steamed lungs....
I know it sounds gross, but it's quite tasty. I loved eating soondae when I was younger (before I found out what was in it! lol.) Now that it's been a while, I kinda crave it. it's one of the dishes I'm looking forward to trying at the Korean Festival tonight ^^ Wish me luck~ ;D
Well, I don't know about using the lungs, but the Slovene people relish blood sausage, made with pretty much the same ingredients. Bohemian people have almost the same dish called Jaternice and Jedlicka. Rice and/or barley are used in making them.