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Story 2013 - Carp Caviar - Korean Noodles

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Carp Caviar & Korean Noodles



March 30th and

April 2nd, 2013



Who Jerome, Edith and Felix...

See also

CAG Forum 1st thread

CAG Forum 2nd thread


Carp Caviar


My devious wife had something in store for me today. As I returned from yet another unsuccessful video recording session, we had some lunch. I was grumbling after those carp eaters who ruined my video swim. Mark my words... She suggested to eat some Taramosalata (you know, this cheap caviar made by Greek folks), and I was glad to do so as I typically enjoy it. This looked perfectly ok, right?



It tasted ok, a tad too salty, not exactly the usual taste, but pretty good. Then Edith smiled (deviously!) and showed me the nutrition facts... and I almost spat everything on the table... 



 Yes, instead of being made from salmon or trout eggs, this was made of... carp eggs! 




Korean Noodles


Two days later, I was still a bit shaken by my carp caviar "tasteful" adventure, and decided that it was my turn to have some fun. A slightly late April 1st prank at my son's expense. Yes, I can be devious too, although not as much as my wife...


It was time for dinner. My wife took a liking to Korean food, and often brings something weird to the table. So when I told Felix that we were eating some new Korean noodles tonight, he said "ok, why not", and took a helping without any second thought.



It was admittedly looking tasty, and we let Felix take a bite (ahah! good one!). He wasn't so enthused a few seconds later!



Ah yes... Maybe I forgot to mention something... This is all Mario and Brian's fault... See, I read the latest NACA, was quite struck by a new bait idea, and bought a meat grinder... Boiled some maize, and... it really looked like Korean noodles, don't you think?





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