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I discovered something this morning - hip hip queens-ray! kew them gardens.
hands up *clap* *clap* hands down
gordond
gordond
I discovered something this morning

Cut in case you have a sensitive stomach to odd food combinations

Salmon and sable on French toast

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introducingyael From: introducingyael Date: le 04 août 2009 13:00 (UTC) (Lien)
fishtastic!
gordond From: gordond Date: le 04 août 2009 17:32 (UTC) (Lien)
fish fish fofish banana fana fofish fee fi fo fish

fish!
introducingyael From: introducingyael Date: le 04 août 2009 19:15 (UTC) (Lien)
Sable is my favorite breakfast fish, hands down.

You know who likes the banana fana song?
Chuck.
melanyebaggins From: melanyebaggins Date: le 04 août 2009 16:37 (UTC) (Lien)
*shiver* to me, nothing goes on french toast besides maple syrup ^_^ Though, I have been known to put mustard on my eggs, so I'm not one to talk about odd food combos ^^;
gordond From: gordond Date: le 04 août 2009 17:32 (UTC) (Lien)
Nice icon! so true.

Tell me something. In Canada, Regina notwithstanding, you have no such thing as high fructose corn syrup, right? So your maple syrups are actually maple syrup and not fake rubbish, right?
melanyebaggins From: melanyebaggins Date: le 04 août 2009 21:19 (UTC) (Lien)
We do have an abundance of real honest-to-goodness maple syrup (which is all WE will buy, though most brands, especially from Quebec, aren't kosher) but you will also find high-fructose corn syrup crap in the same aisle. Yes, alas, we have it too *hangs head*
gordond From: gordond Date: le 06 août 2009 01:17 (UTC) (Lien)
Let me be the bearer of good / fattening news. Straight from the OU FAQ :

If the maple syrup is 100% pure - with no additives, then there are considerable reasons to assume that it doesn’t need Kosher certification. At the same time some companies at one time used clarifiers that were not Kosher. It is our understanding that such clarifiers are no longer in use.



This is not the case with Passover, when maple syrup requires a reliable Kosher for Passover certification.
stayforever_xx From: stayforever_xx Date: le 04 août 2009 18:39 (UTC) (Lien)
odd, interesting combination.. salty with sweet.. hmm. was it good? o.o
gordond From: gordond Date: le 05 août 2009 01:55 (UTC) (Lien)
delicious!
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