pass the salt


What is better than 500 people socializing over a black-tie, three-course gourmet lunch? Doing it underwater. The catch: each course was a single bite wrapped in a waterproof coating of jelly. As Adam Lusher commented: "This dealt with the food, but just left the small matters of breathing, swallowing and staying on your seat."

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

And I thought a sit down dinner was complicated. At least I can breathe and stay in my seat without much thought. It's still the small fact of eating and choosing which fork or glass to use first that complicates things. (how did they get the table cloths and plates and such to stay in place during the underwater dinner?)

roentarre said...

This is in deed a creative way to dine!! Not sure there is any salt needed for the meal...

odd facts said...

Anonymous: I have absolutely no idea about the table cloths. I would just be really worried about what to wear to an event like that. Roentarre: Ture. True. Salt probably wouldn't go very good on a jelly coating even on land.