Wednesday, September 02, 2009

More great culinary leaps forward

The DPRK is on a roll lately--with a side-order of quail:
The Okryu Restaurant on the bank of the River Taedong flowing through Pyongyang serves quail dishes from September 1.

The dishes are served at room No. 2 of the main building.

Available there are not only roasted quail, fried quail, steamed quail stuffed with glutinous rice and quail wonton but also famous Pyongyang cold noodle, mung-bean pancake and others.

The quail meat contains protein, fat, carbohydrate, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, sodium and others.

The quail egg is richer in nutritive elements than the other poultry eggs. It is efficacious for the treatment of diseases such as hypertension and puerperalism.

Chief Engineer Ra Suk Gyong told KCNA that the restaurant serves quail dishes under the popular policy of the government, adding:

The restaurant, which has been famous with Pyongyang cold noodle, gives greater pleasure to the customers with tasty and nutritious quail dishes.

We will further deepen the study of quail cooking methods and increase its assortments in order to serve people more quail dishes.
They should try Gold's Quail Sauce.

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