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Thursday, November 18, 2004 AD
Everybody Needs a Hyphen
We had an international potluck at work for lunch today. Everyone was supposed to bring a dish from their ethnic heritage, so we had Japanese sushi, Burmese noodles, Chinese noodles, (did I mention I've been off my diet for a couple weeks?), Italian cookies, Dutch pastry, (did I mention I was really, really stuffed?), Norwegian fruit soup, and so on and so forth. When the invitation was originally sent out asking us what we'd bring, I quipped that nothing says "poor white trash" better than Kraft macaroni and cheese! But I couldn't bring myself to actually buy the stuff, though we sure did eat a whole lot of it growing up. So I was going to make real mac and cheese, but I worked past midnight Monday and Tuesday, and 'til 9 last night, and I just didn't have the gumption to cook when I got home. So what did the little sign by my contribution say? "Consumer-American Cuisine: Store-Bought Apple Pie." :-
Posted by Valerie (Kyriosity) at 11/18/2004 02:20:00 PM • Permalink




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