Saturday, May 28, 2005

Albanian Liver

I've been in several Turkish restaurants lately -- Turkish food seems to be a motif of my current sojourn in London -- offering "Albanian liver" on the menu. I suppose the Turks started eating the liver of Albanians when they ruled the Balkans.

Continuing in a culinary vein, I was in a pub tonight where I saw a sign declaring "No children will be served after 8pm." I was ticked off, because it was 8:30, and I had been thinking of ordering up a nice, roasted child.


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    You should modestly propose that if the English are short of Irish children, they should consider something curried. Then, perhaps, they can keep the kitchen open for you.

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  9. Anonymous6:02 PM

    Following the same "logic" if I were to order French toast, lets say in New York, then the cook would have to find a ripe and fresh French suitable for toasting. Now I see why French toast tastes so good!!!

    Although I am no fan of the Albanian Liver, btw the correct translation should be "lamb's liver with red pepper", you guys should definitely give it a try!


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