Who knew that "French Consommé" would be popular in ... Japan.
Heck, who even knew there was a French Consommé to begin with.
When I was stationed in Germany, I LOVED a Thai version of Pringles. So good. And like some of the comments about flavors- IIRC, these were slightly sweet.
Have been searching fruitlessly for the Guacamole Pringles I enjoyed while vacationing in Costa Rica. I am not a big fan of Pringles in general but these were really tasty (or were the beach and the cold beers contributing factors?).
I think beach and cold beer can make lots of things tasty.
Personally, next time I'm overseas in Asia somewhere I'm going to look for some salt and nori Pringles.
We found them slightly sweet-- which was odddddd-- but they were still pretty darn tasty.
Well, nori is a bit sweet.
OH. My. Gosh.
I opened your thread specifically to say "Consomme"!!!
Loved it when in Seoul, 2000-01.
The Japanese in the photo reads "wild consomme." Either way.
IIRC there's a flavor in Hong Kong called Indonesian satay. Can't remember the varieties right now, but China is a bit of a curious case in this topic too.
On the Korean cans the English said MILD Consommé.
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