September 19 2009

Oy Vey

Oy Vey… I am so tired from cooking and eating all night. Just about to hit the hay. More about what we ate tomorrow. Delish of course.  Full as can be. Dirty dishes everywhere!


Comments:

What a meal! Bernie, you outdid yourself again. - Gertie

By Gertie on 2009 09 21


My Dear Ms. Miller:  By now, I hope you’ve gotten those dirty dishes done tall talked about in your September 19TH blog—now that it’s well into October and past our major Holidays.  And, of course, all put away. One of the fortunate thing about being Jewish is that we always have plenty of recipes and plenty of holidays in which to enjoy all those entries. However, there are those around the world who don’t and I truly think MORE people should help them out. Also, it’s very important to preserve those ‘licious recipes. One that my paternal grandmother made (that no one bothered to write down) was simmered white chicken meat (from a soup, of course) that was inlaid in a saltine cracker and probably deep fried.  Like a purse, or kreplach—but not noodley.  It was so delicious.  Peasant food, no doubt, but what a flavor.  Now, the read question remains:  Do men or women cook better?  I guess it just depends on how hungry you are. Good Blog, Ms. Miller - good enough to eat!

Cheers, ASK
Author of SKiN: How 10 Beloved Plush Toys Redefine Race (C)2009
Chicago, IL USA
adrienne(dot)sioux(dot)koopersmith(at)gmail(dot)com

Posted:  10-8-9 - 3:31 PM CST

By ASK: Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith on 2009 10 08


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