Ancient Bowl of Beef Soup Discovered in China

By Bridget O'Donnell, December 15, 2016

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Archaelogists recently uncovered an ancient bowl of beef soup at a tomb site in Henan.

At the excavation site, the crew discovered a giant tripod bowl filled with "broth," in which bones were clearly visible. Upon further investigation, experts concluded that the pot contained boiled beef forelimbs. 

Yummmmm.

Ancient Bowl of Beef Soup Discovered Discovered in China

Looks... delicious.

Ancient Bowl of Beef Soup Discovered Discovered in China

Ancient Bowl of Beef Soup Discovered Discovered in China

Ancient Bowl of Beef Soup Discovered Discovered in China

Ancient Bowl of Beef Soup Discovered Discovered in China

Ancient Bowl of Beef Soup Discovered Discovered in China

Ancient Bowl of Beef Soup Discovered Discovered in China

Ancient Bowl of Beef Soup Discovered Discovered in China

We're sorry if we ruined your appetite.

[Images via Sina]

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