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Apr 16, 2007

Eels at Grand Asia Market

A cooler full of live eels at Grand Asia Market in Cary.*

That place rocks so much, it's beyond eel.  Er, I mean "real".

Speaking of eels, I have always thought of them as more of a European food rather than Asian.  Maybe because neither of my families ever talked about eels, and that the first time I saw them served was from a street cart in Amsterdam.


*where kids get to open coolers and squeal like the dickens when they see the eels squirm.  Or when they look right into the eyes of a live, four-pound frog.

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that was wiwerd that they would eat eels

Posted by: mily lopez | Jan 12, 2011 8:59:58 PM