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  • (chicken clucking) (tense string music)

    (雞咕咕叫) (氣氛緊張的音樂)

  • It's 6:45 in the morning,

    現在是早上 6 點 45 分

  • I'm feeling it.

    我感覺到了

  • (dramatic music)

    (戲劇化的音樂)

  • It's Chicken Watch, baby!

    這是雞的守衛戰,寶貝!

  • It's a special day today.

    今天是個特別的日子

  • I'm not on my way to pick up Chris,

    我沒有要去載 Chris

  • I'm actually on my way to pick up Justin Tan.

    其實我要去載 Justin Tan

  • (dance music)

    (舞曲)

  • Chicken watch, chicken watch, chicken watch

    ♪雞的守衛戰、雞的守衛戰、雞的守衛戰♪

  • Yeah, All right, how you been?

    耶,好喔,最近過得如何?

  • - I'm all right. (laughing)

    我很好 (笑)

  • - [Keith] Oh, God.

    - [Keith] 喔,天啊

  • (piano glissando)

    (鋼琴滑奏)

  • - Yeah I don't like this,

    - 我不喜歡這樣

  • I just got transferred from the driver's seat,

    我只是從駕駛座

  • to the passenger's seat--

    換到後座

  • - Oh, do you want to switch, should we?

    - 喔,你想換位子嗎?要嗎?

  • - And now I'm in the back seat?

    - 啊現在我在後座?

  • - Well typically Chris drives. - Well, typically I drive.

    - 通常是 Chris 開車 - 是啊,平常是我在開

  • - Oh really?

    - 喔真的嗎?

  • - But now I'm just slowly getting knocked back.

    - 但現在

  • - Well do you want to sit up here?

    - 你想坐這嗎?

  • - [Justin] Yeah.

    - [Justin] 對呀。

  • - Do you want to make Justin sit in the back?

    - 你想讓 Justin 坐後面嗎?

  • So, last time we had Tokyo fried chicken,

    所以上次我們吃了東京炸雞

  • it was incredible.

    很讚耶

  • Oh wow, it's light and crispy.

    喔哇,很清爽又酥脆

  • - [Chris] It's like a potato chip.

    - [Chris] 很像洋芋片

  • - This really feels like a southern meal,

    - 這真的很像南方料理

  • but the flavors are all crazy.

    但口味超狂的

  • I think it's some of

    我覺得這是

  • the best fried chicken I've ever had.

    我吃過的最好的炸雞之一

  • - It gave us some peace,

    - 它好治癒

  • some peace of mind.

    心靈上的平靜

  • - [Keith] But today, we're going to Lao Tao,

    - [Keith] 但今天,我們要去 Lao Tao

  • we're doing some Taiwanese spicy popcorn chicken,

    我們要嘗試台灣鹽酥雞

  • and Justin has actually been here before!

    而且 Justin 之前有來過!

  • - Oh yeah.

    - 喔耶

  • - You look very much like a Sith back there.

    - 你在後面看起來超像西斯戰士

  • - Oh, a Sith.

    - 喔,西斯戰士

  • - [Together] Chicken watch!

    - [一起] 雞之守衛戰!

  • - Chicken watch.

    - 雞之守衛戰

  • - [Man] Just got to go by the gym.

    - [男子] 剛經過健身房

  • - All right and one, two, three.

    - 好的那一、二、三

  • Hey, who are you and where are we?

    嘿,你是誰我們又在哪?

  • - I'm David, I'm the owner of Lao Tao,

    - 我是 David,我是 Lao Tao 的老闆

  • and today we're introduce the popcorn chicken.

    今天我們要介紹鹽酥雞

  • (funky music)

    (放克音樂)

  • Basically, it's one of the

    基本上,這是台灣最受歡迎的

  • most popular street foods in Taiwan.

    小吃之一

  • Every street corner you're gonna

    在街頭巷尾

  • find popcorn chicken everywhere.

    鹽酥雞隨處可見

  • - Everywhere makes it?

    - 到處都有人在做鹽酥雞嗎?

  • - Yes.

    - 是的

  • - It's like hot dogs in New York,

    - 就像紐約的熱狗

  • it's like all over the place. - There you go, there you go.

    到處都有 - 沒錯,沒錯

  • There you go.

    沒錯

  • - What is the history of the Taiwanese popcorn chicken?

    - 台灣鹽酥雞的歷史是什麼?

  • - According to legend-- - Love a good legend.

    - 根據傳聞 -- - 喜歡很棒的傳聞

  • - Yeah, the owner of the chicken farm,

    - 是啊,養雞場的主人

  • basically the business was kind of slow,

    因為生意成長緩慢

  • and there were a lot of chickens left over,

    剩下了很多雞

  • so they basically chopped up a lot of those chickens,

    所以他們將雞肉切塊

  • and started selling them as fried popcorn chickens.

    然後開始賣鹽酥雞

  • - Every part of the buffalo style.

    - 水牛城的風格

  • You know? - There you go, there you go.

    你知道嗎? - 沒錯沒錯

  • - And buffalo sometimes, is a word for chicken.

    - 水牛城有時候也是雞的代名詞

  • (chuckling)

    (咕咕叫)

  • - [Together] Chicken watch.

    - [一起] 雞之守衛戰

  • (upbeat music)

    (炒熱氣氛的音樂)

  • Everybody look at me

    ♪ 我眾所矚目 ♪

  • ♪ I'm wide awake, I'm ready to eat

    ♪ 我醒來了,準備開動 ♪

  • And take and take and take

    ♪ 吃啊吃啊吃 ♪

  • Taking the Chicken that is made for me

    ♪ 吃下為我特製的雞肉 ♪

  • Little popcorn kernels, baby, can't you see

    ♪小小塊的鹽酥雞,寶貝,有看到嗎 ♪

  • ♪ I'm gonna throw 'em in the air

    ♪我要拋向天空 ♪

  • And catch 'em in my mouth, swallow the chicken

    ♪ 然後張嘴吞下雞肉 ♪

  • And it goes down south

    ♪ 然後往南跑 ♪

  • Feelin' really good, spicy popcorn

    ♪ 感覺真的很讚,辣辣的鹽酥雞 ♪

  • Popcorn chicken from Taiwan

    ♪ 來自台灣的鹽酥雞 ♪

  • Popcorn chicken from Taiwan

    ♪ 來自台灣的鹽酥雞 ♪

  • Popcorn chicken from Taiwan

    ♪ 來自台灣的鹽酥雞 ♪

  • Popcorn chicken from Taiwan

    ♪ 來自台灣的鹽酥雞 ♪

  • Popcorn chicken from Taiwan

    ♪ 來自台灣的鹽酥雞 ♪

  • - [Together] Chicken watch!

    - [一起] 雞的守衛戰!

  • - All right, this is learning how to cook chicken.

    - 好啦,來學習如何料理雞肉

  • Could you walk us through,

    請問你可以指導我們

  • how to make your popcorn chicken sort of step-by-step?

    如何一步一步的學做鹽酥雞嗎?

  • - At the beginning, of course you have to

    - 一開始,當然你必須要

  • cut the chicken into little pieces,

    把雞肉切成小塊

  • then you marinate the chicken,

    然後再醃製雞肉

  • we have about seven to ten different spices we put in.

    我們還需要加入七到十樣的新香料

  • Minced garlic. - Wow.

    蒜末。 - 哇。

  • - Minced ginger.

    -薑末

  • You wanna use shovels or the hands?

  • - I wanna use shovels!

  • - There you go.

  • Oh, yes, shovel that chick.

  • - But then we add Mijiu,

  • which is the Taiwanese rice wine.

  • That's one of the main ingredients.

  • And there's the star anus.

  • Oh, I'm sorry. (laughing)

  • - Star anus, wait. - Star, star anise.

  • - Anise, anise, anise. - Star anise.

  • - It does taste like anus on it's own.

  • - We bread them,

  • and we kind of powder them.

  • I just imagine usually we do like,

  • ten times this amount.

  • - Right. - Yeah.

  • - Do you have a bigger sifter? - Right, that's a lot of prep.

  • - [David] Yeah.

  • - I grew up with two big sifters,

  • and they were so mean to me.

  • Justin, do you wanna lay down a

  • quick rap about what we're doing here?

  • - A quick rap?

  • - Yeah, are you ready for this?

  • Check it, check it, check it

  • In this kitchen

  • Just making some

  • Chicken

  • Yeah, Keith and Chris

  • Giving a little kiss

  • - Should we? - Give him a little kiss.

  • - Should we do a kiss?

  • Okay.

  • - Well, that was the weirdest thing I've ever heard.

  • (laughter)

  • - Well, we haven't done that before.

  • - That's straight hip-hop, baby.

  • - Then you fry it.

  • - No, actually we par fry it, and then we deep fry it.

  • Once it's fried, then we season it with

  • popcorn chicken powder, powder, powder.

  • - Oh, nice hard dust!

  • Oh, wow, I got a little dust up the nostrils,

  • but it feels good.

  • - One of the secret ingredients I use.

  • I shouldn't be telling you guys,

  • but we are doing a...

  • - Secrets....

  • - Another dish that uses the shitiake mushrooms,

  • we use the shiitake juice to marinate the chicken.

  • So you're gonna taste this flavor in the chicken.

  • - David, shh!

  • - These are the type of secrets I want!

  • - [Together] Chicken watch!

  • - Ow, I just remembered, last time I was here

  • was the last meal I had with my ex-girlfriend.

  • (somber music)

  • Found a picture of you

  • Then we broke up, a day later.

  • - [David] Okay.

  • - This hicken doesn't make people break up.

  • - I hope not. (laughs)

  • - Oh we all hope not, David.

  • - Yeah.

  • - Are you okay, dude?

  • - Yeah, it's okay, it just hit me right now.

  • - I'm sorry to hear that.

  • - [Justin] Sorry to bring it down.

  • - Did she just want something less spicy, and you

  • were delivering like a Taiwanese level of spice?

  • - I was delivering a Taiwanese level of spice, for sure.

  • - And she wanted something more mild.

  • - Yeah.

  • - All right, well then you don't need her anyway.

  • - No, exactly.

  • - You're just gonna trudge through it.

  • - Yeah, that's right.

  • - You can let go slowly.

  • - Yeah, but no, this place brought back those memories.

  • (laughter)

  • - [Together] Chicken watch!

  • (laughter)

  • - So Justin, we have a rubric,

  • crispiness, the moisture, the salinity,

  • which is sort of the seasoning.

  • - Salinity?

  • - Yeah, we sort of picked this up.

  • - What does that word mean?

  • - It means salt content typically.

  • - Yeah, that's what I thought.

  • - The sucrosity, we learned about serenity.

  • - Serenity?

  • - Yeah.

  • - We misheard whatever the other one is,

  • what's the other one, sal-saltanity?

  • - We never get it right.

  • - Satanity.

  • - Not satanity, salinity.

  • - [Together] Chickenwatch.

  • (metal music)

  • (speaking foreign language)

  • - All right.

  • Oh, I love that it's salty.

  • So we're gonna start actually with the non spicy.

  • We got to make an extra batch of that anyway,

  • just so we can taste the flavors a little more.

  • So, everybody stab a chick.

  • - [Chris] Oh, my god.

  • - Probably not the best way to say it.

  • (chuckles)

  • (speaking foreign language)

  • - All right.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - It's awesome. - Hmm.

  • - Like the chew of it is like very delightful,

  • very crunchy, very salty.

  • - It's a little french fry-ish to me.

  • - Mm-hmm, I'm gettin' that umami mushroom taste at the end.

  • - [Chris] Yeah.

  • - It's like on my tongue like I ate mushrooms.

  • - Mm-hmm.

  • Takes me back to the mother land.

  • - Have you been? - No.

  • - I'm of European decent but I've never been to Europe.

  • No one will invite me there.

  • - Is this about me? - I was open about it.

  • - I don't know do you want to make it about you?

  • (suspenseful music)

  • - This chicken doesn't make people break up?

  • - I hope not.

  • (suspenseful music)

  • - You know, why don't we try the mild?

  • This is what they said is the only level we should try.

  • (laughs)

  • This will be spicy enough.

  • - I just touch a little bit with my tongue and I went like,

  • woo.

  • - That's plenty of heat.

  • - That's all you need.

  • It's a little bit of a hot Cheetos's feeling.

  • - Uh huh, yeah. - Where you're just like--

  • - Oh I got to eat more. - Gotta have more.

  • - Cause if I stop, I'll die.

  • - The salt level is really nice.

  • - Yeah. - It's really good salinity.

  • - Woo, my mouth's getting hot.

  • Oh, boy.

  • - This has gotten much less spicy to me

  • just eating a couple bites.

  • - Really?

  • I'm opposite for me.

  • I'm sweatin'.

  • - Look we can go to Europe, we can all go to Europe.

  • (suspenseful music)

  • - Look at the shape of this guy,

  • look at him, look a him.

  • - I mean he warned us that level two is going

  • to be pretty hot.

  • - Yeah he said this would be more than enough

  • and we shouldn't eat this.