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Re: tradition


Yeah, I eat chicken.  But with all this talk about the high bacteria counts
I may just get grossed out and stop that, too!! LOL!
Charlottesville has a good selection of international foods, excet for
Italian specialties.  I have to go back to Kenosha (Wisc) to get those.
Altho I have seen Baci candy here.  Num.
-Peg

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Franzman" <dfranzma@pacbell.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, December 12, 2002 10:02 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] tradition


> (I dont eat meat anymore but I make an exception for a really
> good prosciutto di Parma..  mea culpa)
>
> Boy you're right there.  Ever have it wrapped around a nice ripe melon?
Salty
> and sweet food for the god's.  My one regret about not living back east is
that
> we don't have deli's like you folks have.  My grandfather used to get real
goose
> liver and made his own pates.  Man, nothing like it.  I try with what's
> available here but it pales in comparison.
>
> I thought you didn't eat animals with belly buttons?  Last I checked
chickens
> doesn't have a belly button.  Kinda sounds like cannibalism
>
> DF
>
> Peggy Elliott wrote:
>
> > Tony, I can relate to Dago red!  I grew up in Kenosha, Wisc which was
> > settled by Germans,  and Italians from Calabria and Romano. My first job
was
> > at the Italian deli/wine store. The older men were precious - they all
had
> > their own home brew.
> > I buy Carlo Rossi Paisano and its not even close.  I remember Dago red-
it
> > definitely smacked your tongue around! Now that I live in
Charlottesville,
> > Va, it is a whole new world.  So few Italians!  I talk about cappocolo
and
> > they look at me with a blank stare. It is much, much different.  Pizza
is
> > for the most part chain stores, not ma and pa. No good crust. Ok, now I
am
> > homesick despite all the snow up there.  :^(
> > -Peg in Va.  (I dont eat meat anymore but I make an exception for a
really
> > good prosciutto di Parma..  mea culpa)
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Tony Veca" <romans8@attbi.com>
> > To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> > Sent: Thursday, December 12, 2002 9:23 PM
> > Subject: [CHAT] tradition
> >
> > > on 12/12/02 3:54 PM, TeichFlora@aol.com wrote:
> > >
> > > > traditions
> > >
> > > Well, this was when I was a kid back in NJ. We all met at grandmas.
She
> > was
> > > in charge of the cooking. The sphagetti sauce was already simmering,
ummmm
> > I
> > > could still smell it. She was up earrrrrly. My mother & 2 sisters
helped
> > to
> > > make home made pasta & ravioli. She directed the whole thing. Grandpa,
my
> > > pop * older sons sat around drinking home brewed "dago red". Powerful
> > stuff.
> > > Yes, I did drink some on the sly. I got "sick". This was done for all
the
> > > major holidays. It was gr888. Oh, I forgot, meatballs too!!!!
> > >
> > > Tony <><
> > >
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