[Sca-cooks] Gak

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Mon Jan 15 15:41:14 PST 2007

Where were you when I was trying to come up with something spectacularly fun for the Baronial Halloween Food Fest...<BG>
By any chance does anyone know just how tasty this is, in real life? I remember the show where Dax was chowing down with enthusiasm on the dish-with chop sticks. <G> 
Who knows...there is a 5th meeting to this month and there is always food at it....
Who just might dare..... 
-----Original Message-----
From: selene at earthlink.net
To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org
Sent: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 6:16 PM
Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Gak

On 1/14/07 2:42 PM, "Heleen Greenwald" <heleen at ptd.net> wrote:

> Oh...Gackh  (choking sound at end...) Kling on food.
> Was there ever any reference to what was IN Gackh?
> On Jan 14, 2007, at 4:11 PM, Marcha wrote:
>> Close but no cigar, Heleen.  Think STNG and Riker.
>> Berti

STAR TREK COOKBOOK by Ethan Phillips and William J. Birnes relates a lot of
information from Alan Sims about the food-related "special effects" used in
the show.  The Klingon diners would scoop them up in their hands and devour
the "live worms" which were really udon noodles with a soy sauce based
dressing, like that used for Chinese Chicken Salad, served on a bed of any
strange-looking leafy vegetable like arugula.

He also commented on "Romulan Ale", serving blue sports drinks that did not
color the actor's lips with food coloring, which would ruin filming for the
day.  Gatorade Cool Blue Raspberry which has a luminous quality to it, or
Powerade Mountain Blast, which is a deeper blue.  Mixing in a few teaspoons
of club soda gives a sparkling look.

Culinary geek Selene

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