Cobra's Severed Head Bites, Kills Chef

Cobra's Severed Head Bites, Kills Chef

There are 21 comments on the KMCX-FM Ogallala story from Aug 25, 2014, titled Cobra's Severed Head Bites, Kills Chef. In it, KMCX-FM Ogallala reports that:

A chef killed a snake - but the snake had enough time to kill him back. Chef Peng Fan, of Guangdong Province in China, cut off the head of a spitting cobra as he prepared to dice its body for a soup, the Daily Mail reports.

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Mitt s Baptism of Corpses

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Aug 25, 2014
It ain't over until the fat lady singes....

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#2 Aug 25, 2014
Wow, talk about instant Karma.

“New & Improved..”

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Formerly From Kenya

#4 Aug 25, 2014
Even after the soup had been left unattended for several hours, those that ate it said it was to die for.
Parden Pard

Catasauqua, PA

#5 Aug 25, 2014
I always thought that 409'S where top of the pops,,?(who knew)?

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#6 Aug 26, 2014
the snakes nerve system stays active for a while ..... just nerve reaction , body still could have slithered off as well .....

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#7 Aug 26, 2014
I prefer the Swallowing Cobra to the Spitting Cobra. Just sayin'
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#8 Aug 26, 2014
Killer soup dude!!!
Mechanic

Campti, LA

#9 Aug 26, 2014
It appears that the cobra didn't get the memo,,,
"Don't bite the hand that feeds you to the customers"!

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#10 Aug 26, 2014
Very cruel, it seems he cut off the snake's head while it
was fully alive!
for a blo*dy bowl of soup?

A simple bowl of vegetable broth would've done me just fine:)
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#11 Aug 26, 2014
Mechanic wrote:
It appears that the cobra didn't get the memo,,,
"Don't bite the hand that feeds you to the customers"!
Lol

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#12 Aug 26, 2014
but but broth doesn't have that bite to it

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Formerly From Kenya

#13 Aug 26, 2014
A nice Boayabase may have been a better choice...

in hindsight.
Felix37

Philippines

#14 Aug 27, 2014
Went to Vietnam last year to see a gf in Vung Tau and we got invited to go out to a C grade restaurant. Alas behold....in the back end of the kitchen.....we took some sneaky cheaky shots with the chef holding a decapitated king cobra.
The cobra was huge. The chef fried it in true blue Vietnamese style and we all sat down and ate the snake. We polished off a bottle of snake blood wine as well
The snake tasted pretty good too.
The snake didn't come back from the dead though??
Felix37

Philippines

#15 Aug 27, 2014
We also went back there for a different treat....They treated us with barbecued dog.
As we were there waiting for the special entrée....the chef basically landed the puppy on the plate. We got stuck into the meal....we finished it off in true blue Vietnam style.....
However....only certain breeds can be eaten apparently in Vietnam.
But...im not exactly wrapped up about eating dog though. I don't mind eating snake though.
I can understand the vietnamese have stuck to a tradition that stems form the Vietnam war...but what about the Koreans which eating barbecued dog is entrenched in their culture? They are a rich country and they still serve dog in korea and china. The Vietnamese are excused actually coz its like anything, in times of desperation, they will eat dogs, cats, snakes,,,you name it.
In Vietnam its not that exotic. You will find exotic foods served in Cambodia....serving insects and tarantulas....you will find insects been sold in Thailand as well. But in Vietnam, or a few others.....not so. Apparently,,,its against the law there to kill a dog to eat without having it registered.
Felix37

Philippines

#16 Aug 27, 2014
The Pho Bho soups in HCM are unbeatable. I can have 3 of those every day without any problem.
Ive has Thai soups, Korean soups, Japanese ramon soups....but the Vietnamese Pho soups are unbeateable

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#17 Aug 27, 2014
Felix37 wrote:
We also went back there for a different treat....They treated us with barbecued dog.
As we were there waiting for the special entrée....the chef basically landed the puppy on the plate. We got stuck into the meal....we finished it off in true blue Vietnam style.....
However....only certain breeds can be eaten apparently in Vietnam.
But...im not exactly wrapped up about eating dog though. I don't mind eating snake though.
I can understand the vietnamese have stuck to a tradition that stems form the Vietnam war...but what about the Koreans which eating barbecued dog is entrenched in their culture? They are a rich country and they still serve dog in korea and china. The Vietnamese are excused actually coz its like anything, in times of desperation, they will eat dogs, cats, snakes,,,you name it.
In Vietnam its not that exotic. You will find exotic foods served in Cambodia....serving insects and tarantulas....you will find insects been sold in Thailand as well. But in Vietnam, or a few others.....not so. Apparently,,,its against the law there to kill a dog to eat without having it registered.
Is puppy better cooked before or after a wok ?
Felix37

Philippines

#18 Aug 27, 2014
justaguess wrote:
<quoted text>
Is puppy better cooked before or after a wok ?
before a wok.barbecued

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#19 Aug 27, 2014
GI Joe warned him that COBRA is dangerous.
Felix37

Philippines

#20 Aug 27, 2014
I think its better to try standard snake I think....less poison
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#21 Aug 27, 2014
Felix37 wrote:
We also went back there for a different treat....They treated us with barbecued dog.
As we were there waiting for the special entrée....the chef basically landed the puppy on the plate. We got stuck into the meal....we finished it off in true blue Vietnam style.....
However....only certain breeds can be eaten apparently in Vietnam.
But...im not exactly wrapped up about eating dog though. I don't mind eating snake though.
I can understand the vietnamese have stuck to a tradition that stems form the Vietnam war...but what about the Koreans which eating barbecued dog is entrenched in their culture? They are a rich country and they still serve dog in korea and china. The Vietnamese are excused actually coz its like anything, in times of desperation, they will eat dogs, cats, snakes,,,you name it.
In Vietnam its not that exotic. You will find exotic foods served in Cambodia....serving insects and tarantulas....you will find insects been sold in Thailand as well. But in Vietnam, or a few others.....not so. Apparently,,,its against the law there to kill a dog to eat without having it registered.
And this is why. Chinese r estaraunts in America are forced to put signs n their windows
"Stop calling. We no have your dog or cat...!"

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