Tuesday, June 14, 2005

My kingdom for a knish

I love Vermont but I am regressing. I have gone from fantasizing about Supermodels to
dreams of Knishes and Corndogs. The locals do not know what this Knish thing is.

There is a kosher section in the local market so somebody is buying this stuff. I have allready dropped five pounds. Do not worry I will not starve to death.

11 comments:

Always On Watch said...

Beak,
Here's a laugh for you. I didn't even know what a knish was until I visited NYC in the 1970's. As to corn dogs, my Southern CA husband introduced those to me.

What are Vermont's culinary specialties? There must be a few--besides maple syrup.

My experience has been that every section of our nation offers something to tempt the palate.

Always On Watch said...

Beak,
Looks as if you might have some educating to do.

See
http://www.jihadwatch.org/dhimmiwatch/archives/006647.php

Warren said...

[wisper]Don't eat the possum and collard greens.[/wisper]

justin said...

Oh My God Warren, possum and collard greens are like a religious meal in Texas on Sunday. Kind of like fried chicken you know. (Falls out of chair laughing my butt off)

Jason_Pappas said...

Learn about the local cuisine. Remember My Cousin Vinnie? :)

Esther said...

So are you banned from NYC now? Can't you visit from time to time, stock up on knishes and then head back to VT? :)

beakerkin said...

I am not scheduled to return to NYC for another month my driving skills are bad. I stay at 55 but these idiots go 80 into fog banks.

Warren said...

Justin, I've ate my share of "tastes just like chicken", (even rattlesnake). I'll even eat collard greens with a little fat back and a touch of cider vinegar (and enjoy them). But I ain't eatin no possum!

;^)

Anonymous said...

We Arizonans have nothing against Knishes. We respect the fact that they fled from Knishia to the US seeking freedom, respect, and better pay, just as did the Knoshians.

Esther said...

I saw possum under my car. Scared the crap outta me. Can't imagine eating the ugly little fella.

Joe said...

all depends on how the possum is cooked.