We go to the local fish market about once every two months for salmon. It’s almost all from Norway and Chile and goes for NT$800 or so per kilogram. The fish market opens around 1AM. I’ll look closely the next time I’m at the market to see if there are fewer fish.
When we go to buffets, the first thing we line up for is salmon sashimi. We just love it.
Now if we can just set up the ‘Inaugural Forumosa Celebrity Japanese Wrestling Extravaganza’ with you vs Katy Devlin and we can get our Japanese friend with the unpronounceable name to act as the referee. @araujobsd
TaiwanTattoo can hawk his book on the side (behind a mask in case Katy comes out swinging) from his cigarette kiosk, while outside KHH , Cake and Fair Comment can man the Falun Gong stand
@Liam_Og Is going to be providing the interval entertainment on the tin whistle and @crusher supporting on banjo.
BrianJones is going to be placing his bets on Katy but you never know how these things end up
Wonder if this Taiwan farmed salmon effort ever developed.
And it if it would even be sushi-grade.
“a readily available and inexpensive source of cold seawater at state-run oil refiner CPC Corp, Taiwan’s Yongan Liquefied Natural Gas Plant in Kaohsiung, which uses a large amount of seawater to convert liquefied natural gas at minus-162oC to a gaseous state to be distributed as pipeline natural gas, and the agency has run a salmon farming program utilizing the cooling effect of the conversion.”