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Monday, September 8

Iron Chef: Outrageous Ingredients Week

If secret ingredients like salmon or curry are just too boring for you, then you must tune in to Fine Living this week for Iron Chef Japan: Outrageous Ingredients.

It's battle sea urchin tonight. Shark Fin is tomorrow. Who knows what Wednesday will be. Tune in to find out.


2nd note to self: figure out what channel Fine Living is on.




At 9/08/2008 9:49 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am (probably one of the few) that HATE seafood, other than tuna in oil, out of the can....
so I never watch ANY cooking shows where they cook with fish......

At 9/09/2008 4:39 AM , Blogger lil miss hissyfit said...

Missed sea urchin since I just saw this post, must get dvr to record shark fin tommorow. I've always been curious about all of what you can do with something as plain as sharkfin. Discovery channels sharkweek will not tell me.

At 9/09/2008 10:11 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isn't it the case that many species of shark are endangered because of shark fin soup, where the fishermen kill the shark, take the fin, then throw the rest of the giant edible fish back into the drink? Not cool.

At 9/09/2008 10:15 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's a link to a Discovery Channel story on shark fin harvesting:


At 9/18/2008 11:38 AM , Anonymous Addictedtotheaddict said...

Jakeypoo, FLN is on channel 122. Don't you watch Martha?

At 4/14/2009 4:18 PM , Blogger Tonsilloliths said...

Watch the movie "Sharkwater"

I can't believe the Food Network aloud them to cook Shark Fin Soup. It's one of the most cruel and wasteful dishes to prepare.

SHame on those chefs for contributing to the "Commercial Extinction" of sharks.


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