December 10, 2003


"That which I thought could not happen again seems to be possible today." Go read Grandma's terrific reader comment at LGF.

Posted by Tim Blair at December 10, 2003 09:25 PM

When you read things like that it serves to reassure you in the basic decency of ordinary people, doesn't it? Hopefully she's a representative of the silent majority.

Posted by: gaz at December 11, 2003 at 12:16 AM

I thought that the Jews shown cutting Nathan's throat for blood were the real Jews. Surely, they are hiding a secret of young Christian and Muslim children being whisked away to their untimely demise to quench the Jewish thirst for bloody matzo balls.

I think Grandma is a closet Jew trying to make them feel good before they realize that "Itz coming"


Posted by: graybeard at December 11, 2003 at 05:04 AM

Somebody has already told her the dish she was asking the name of is matza brei.

Itís like french toast except you donít have to add syrup to it on your plate.

How I remember those seders & dinners at my paternal grandparentsí home. Chicken parmagiana & endless other courses, cherry pies & carob brownies made from scratch. (None of us were Italian. Itís a long story.)

Posted by: ForNow at December 11, 2003 at 06:41 AM

The homemade carob brownies are a separate story.

Posted by: ForNow at December 11, 2003 at 06:43 AM