How Unbelievably Delicious Peking Duck Is Made

If you eat meat and enjoy eating fantastically delicious things and don’t mind spending a pretty penny while doing so, the one advice I would give you is to eat real, legitimate Peking duck. It is one of the awesomest dining experiences you can have because for one, it’s totally delicious in all the crispy and tender and yummy ways but also because there’s such a showmanship and beautiful craft to the making, serving, and eating of the dish.

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Eater gives you a glimpse on the complicated process of making Peking duck in the video below, so it’s on you to go eat it.

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bearonthejob
bearonthejob

While I think Peking duck is delicious, along with many other Chinese poultry dishes...the way it is served disgusts me. When they chop the duck before serving, they shatter bones within the meat as they chop. You have a pretty high chance of getting bone splinters stuck in your mouth or throat while eating this, as I have on a number of occasions.

In my opinion, a poultry dish should be served either completely de-boned, or with the bones intact. When you shatter the bones and fill the food with splinters, you show how little regard you have for the consumer of your food.