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April 19, 2011

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Glenn Fuller

My wife (Wendy) and I had matzoh brei this past Sunday. I think some caramelized onions would help it out.

Carolyn Jung

I like matzoh, too -- only if it's covered in chocolate. LOL Is that wrong?

Glenn Fuller

A friend of mine once fed me mint chocolate covered Ritz crackers. They tasted like those mint Girl Scout cookies (Thin Mints?). It is amazing how the taste of food changes with perception. Once I figured out what they were, they were no longer appealing to me.

Carolyn, now that I know, you will not be able to pass it off to me as chocolate covered pizza. I will know they are matzoh!

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