Edited by Mike Aquino. Hong Kong can be a minefield of strange smells and even stranger tastes, like stinky tofu. Before you sit down at the city's restaurants you should take a look at what you might be sinking your teeth into. If you can brave a thousand-year-old egg, you can consider yourself an honorary Hong Konger — these things are potent! They are made from duck or quail eggs buried in a clay, sand and salt mixture for a couple of months.
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Korean BBQ, fried rice, sushi, teriyaki chicken and dumplings… I could eat Asian food every night of the week. But the inescapable fact is that there are also some bizarre foods in Asia that challenge even the most ardent of food lovers. Here are some weird Asian foods from across the continent. Cambodians from Skuon began eating tarantulas during the years of food shortage under the Khmer Rogue. Apparently, tarantulas are crispy on the outside with white meat in the head and body and taste vaguely like chicken or cod. As far as bizarre foods in Asia go, this is one I can barely even look at, dead or alive. When I first read about drunken shrimp, I assumed the shrimp would be steamed in some delicious broth of wine and spices.
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Indian cuisine is a beautiful blend of our culture and customs. It boasts of robust flavours, a mind blowing variety, spices and surprises. This time around, I decided to take the road less traveled and venture into the unexplored. Welcome to the wild world of the food unknown. Let me warn you, what's about to be served is a little more than unusual.