World Leaders Have 18-Course Banquet To Discuss World Hunger

Posted by | July 8, 2008 20:04 | Filed under: Top Stories

At the G8 summit in Japan, they got together to talk about world food shortages.

The same week that British PM Gordon Brown called for prudence and thrift in kitchens around the world, this dinner and a six-course lunch, on the island of Hokkaido, included delicacies such as caviar, milkfed lamb, sea urchin and tuna, with champagne and wines flown in from Europe and the U.S.

I bet this menu would be quite enjoyable

to these people.

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