We’ve already seen what happens to a comedian and a Polish woman during their respective Chinatown (ad)ventures; now, via National Geographic, we can discover what happens to one of Asia’s finest chefs in an exotic Taiwanese market. The results are unforgettably educational:
It’s times like these where we remember that the deep traditions and valuations of real Chinese cuisine have been largely overshadowed in America by our versions of sesame chicken and eggrolls. Wouldn’t it be fun if one of the next big trends in America was real Chinese food, bull parts included?
Rare Foods: Bull Parts [YouTube]