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Saturday, 24 October 2009

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Phnom Penh - Lindsay Lohan was caught at a Cambodian Restaurant eating her favorite dish of hot and spicy baby octopus.

A team of reporters surprised her at the restaurant after tailing her all over Cambodia. She was interviewed while dinning at a local restaurant named Battambang which is owned by Harvey Johnson.

The restaurant located at 67 Street 240, Phnom Penh Cambodia is said to be her favorite watering hole and eatery when she visits the country.

Harvey Johnson who fell in love with Cambodia and opened up a restaurant there told the Associated Press that he has been a long time admirer of Lindsay Lohan and she frequently visits the country, always stopping at his restaurant to eat her favorite dish of baby octopus.

The scene outside the restaurant is semi-rustic with children playing near the entrance.

When interviewed at her table, Lohan had this to say about her favorite dish, "Baby octopus is much easier to manipulate with chopsticks than an adult octopus. Also baby octopus doesn't have the strong fishy smell a full grown octopus has."

Lohan complains, "I don't like my baby octopus in the raw like some Japanese prefer with sushi. I like my baby octopus to be well cooked and as stiff as an index finger.

The dish is prepared stir-fried with hot chilly paste and fresh young octopus. It's sprinkled with sesame oil and served with rice.

Other dishes which she has tried are Stir-Fried Frog Legs with Ginger which is made with shredded ginger, onion and chili in garlic flavor and Fish Amok, a fish curry dry steamed in a banana leaf.

Critics say this new graving of Lohan has brought her down to the lowest of instincts. "Steak and potatoes for me", said one critic who associates eating baby octopus with eating rocky mountain oysters also known as prairie oysters.

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