- Many of you have opinions on the ”can you cook cucumbers?” debate. Maids:
My roommate says she used to cook burritos in her microwave in college using tortillas, rolled with cheese and cucumbers inside. Sounded disgusting to me, but she has a palate I respect so maybe cooked cukes aren’t so bad?
I don’t know about these cuke burritos, but I’m definitely going to start ranking my friends by how much I respect their palates.
We LOVE fava beans and make it a point to buy them in bulk during their all-too-brief season at the farmers’ market. But the prep is definitely a pain in the ass. Elizabeth refers to favas as the Beans of Diminishing Returns because you buy them by weight and then promptly through out half of what you paid for in the form of the outer and inner pods.
- Finally, anyone who can get worked up about indefinite articles in convenience store advertising is welcome at ES. BigOldCar:
The thing that bothers me most about the Hoagieman commercials is that the song ends with:
“At the Hoa…gie…Fest!
At the Wawa!
At the Wawa!”
Why “THE” Wawa? Why not “your,” or some other gap-filler? But the definite article doesn’t belong here, and it bugs the shit out of me!
I don’t get the Sgt. Pepper theme, but it’s so interesting-looking that I’ve come to accept it.
I cannot, however, get past that improper article.