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Thursday, March 10, 2011

The old man and the seafood

Want some seafood, mama; oh, won't you give it to me,
'Cause I am happy as can be when the seafood comes to me.

What shall I serve the sushi on, dear?  (Heh, heh, heh, heh, heh.)

Here is the recipe for Nyotaimori (Yo-too-more-ee).  That's Japanese for sushi on a naked woman.  You begin with a naked woman.  She lies down on a  banquet table with a heated pad.  Then you cover her with delectable slices of sushi.  You know, raw fish.  Which is cold.  Which is why she is on a heated pad. 

Twice a month the Hapa sushi restaurant in Boulder. Colorado, puts on this spread.  There is, however, no slurping the sushi right off the platter.  It is there for artistic purposes, to whet the appetites. 

Do not try this at home.  You might get sliced up with the sushi.

If your mullticultural and gustatory interests are whetted,  read about it all here. In the University of Colorado student newspaper.  Oh, those student journalists. 

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