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Alexandre Étienne Choron’s Menu
Menu

Origin

Alexandre Étienne Choron

Type

Menu

Effects

Connoisseur level hunger for food

Downsides

Desire to eat rare and exotic animals

Activation

Touch and Reading

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Tantalus-Limos-B15

Aisle

349220-6842

Shelf

86294-6758-614

Date of Collection

March 15, 1897

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OriginEdit

Alexandre Étienne Choron was a French chef who invented Choron sauce, a sauce béarnaise enriched with tomato concentrate before reduction. His other act of notoriety was serving dishes made of exotic animals for the bourgeois during the 1870 Siege of Paris. As food supplies shrank, he started serving up the animals from a local zoo in his dishes, and they were delicious. His Christmas feast alone included stuffed head of donkey, elephant consommé, roasted camel, kangaroo stew, bear shanks roasted in pepper sauce, wolf in deer sauce, cat with rat, antelope in truffle sauce and even meat from two elephants.

EffectsEdit

Causes intense hunger in the reader only for gourmet dishes. Can only be satisfied by eating dishes with unusual or exotic animals.

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