Dish of the day:
Bilirubin is made with sliced goat meat, swiss cheese, saurkraut and Russian dressing served on grilled rye bread.
(This is what I ate yesterday at the jamaican kosher deli)
You haven't read silence of the lambs, have you?
Somebody uses the nickname Billy Rubin for a certain reason in the book. I also hope the dish wasn't overly brown....
That is what I thought, that sir, is a bodily function.
(and a South Florida lobbyist has that name.)
I prefer them on a skewer as souvlaki, as a shank or in a rack.
I saw an article in the newspaper's living section, I thought it was funny. I could not find a link on the newspaper's website. Here is a similar story on a tv station's website. (yeah, it is political, I thought it was funny. If you don't like that I posted it, just go to the next room)
The Donald Trump (Republican Party): Ham & Bologna, layers of American cheese, hard-boiled egg, huge onion slices, lathered w/apricot mustard on white bread, cut in quarters.
Rationale: "Everyone knows he’s a ham and many think he’s full of baloney. Naturally, the cheese is American and piled on high! Eggs are fitting because they’re an object you can throw at people that hurt when hit and quite often cause serious damage. Onion slices are an obvious topping because they leave a bad taste in your mouth. Apricot Mustard is the condiment that most closely matches his skin color. White bread most closely represents his core constituency. Cutting it in quarters makes it easier to eat with a knife and fork—as we expect Donald would."
The Hillary Clinton (Democratic Party): Slow-roasted Turkey, Swiss cheese, tomatoes, mixed greens, blue cheese dressing on marble rye, cut in triangle-shaped thirds.
Rationale: "As Donald would say, 'most people would say' she is a turkey and has been slowly roasted--for more than 25 years! Since it appears there are always holes in her arguments and explanations, Swiss is the best cheese selection. Tomatoes are a great topping because the Clintons have been lobbing them at their opponents for years. Mixed greens seem a logical choice because many feel her winning would be a real mixed bag. Blue cheese dressing is something you either love or hate and for many is an acquired taste—like this candidate! And like Hillary, Marble Rye is a bread that is trying to cater to a few different groups. The Clintons are infamous for triangulating just about every position."
The Jill Stein (Green Party): A large leafy green salad, variety of veggies, choice of dressing on a non-disposable plate or in a 100% recyclable container
Rationale: "This choice is Green on so many fronts, it’s crazy! From the colors, to the all-natural components, to the eco-friendly service ware, everything just feels right. NOTE: Please forgive us if we give you a plastic fork and paper napkin with this meal."
Rationale: "Since they (Libertarians) don’t want anyone telling them what to do with their lives, they can pretty much pick and choose whatever goes on THEIR sandwich. Naturally, it is not sliced, in the purest of forms."
Coneys come from Michigan. Period. All others are just hot dogs with shit on them.
<< finds Coney Island on a map ... scratches head >>
Rabbits are expendible.
yeah, they bread like rabbits.
Cincinnati = dogs with shit on them. End of story. You're more likely to get Ig to agree there's good Pizza in Albuquerque.
To me, the perfect hot dog is a Nathan's with saurkraut and dark mustard.
Doesn't get any better than that.
My favorite part of Thanksgiving is the leftover turkey sandwiches. (Yes, I know it's October. I made Thanksgiving dinner yesterday. I'll make it again on Thanksgiving. Anyone who complains about it is obligated to first remove all of the Stupidfest decorations from all retail stores.
I miss doing those Ig. When will we do that again?