[Sca-cooks] Fig Newtons from God?

Susan Fox selene at earthlink.net
Sun Mar 30 05:37:37 PDT 2008

What, you never saw "Hogan's Heroes"?  Cast member Robert Clary was 
himself a Holocaust survivor, and agreed to be on the show on the 
condition that the Nazis were never ever shown in a sympathetic light.

Once WWII has left living memory, and all those who even met a survivor 
have passed from this earth, the whole thing will look different.  Our 
ancestors who were saved by Esther would probably blanch over the very 
concept of Hamentashen, don't you think?

As to the third:  really, I was thinking very dark chocolate bar 
cookies, like brownies. 

More Purim foolishness:  Xerxes in the graphic novel/movie "300" is one 
of the Kings of Persia who is considered as a possible "real life" 
person documented as King Ahasuerus.  Scary, huh? 


Heleen Greenwald wrote:
> First, ... Sorry! I should have read everyone else's answers before  
> adding my own..
> Second.... I have always said that I have NO Sense of humor about  
> Nazi Germany. Selene, this is the first time I have ever laughed  
> about anything with Hitler in the sentence..... Can I buy you some  
> chocolate??
> Happy belated purim and a premature zeis'n Pesach!
> Phillipa
> ohhh.... just thought of a third:
> <<Hitlertaschen?  Little black moustaches?>>
> A new kind of subtltie?... or would they end up looking like black  
> catapillars?
> <somebody smack me.  I've got to stop.>
> ~ It's our choices Harry,  that show who we truly are, far more than  
> our abilities.~   Albus Dumbledore
> On Mar 29, 2008, at 8:33 PM, Susan Fox wrote
> [In a thousand years, will we be serving Hitlertaschen?  Little black  
> moustaches?  Hmmm, got
> to start developing that recipe now, I'm thinking dark chocolate.]
> Yom Tov, y'all
> Selene

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