[Sca-cooks] Jewish fish story was Cat Parasite

Johnna Holloway johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Thu Aug 10 17:11:00 PDT 2006

Gee, I can only follow this up by mentioning the NYT article
Tuesday-- Tale of the Tapeworm (Squeamish Readers Stop Here)
Published: August 8, 2006
"This is a Jewish fish story. Or more accurately a Jewish fishworm story.
My mother, like her mother, was an expert Jewish cook, their specialties
famous in our extended family. Their secret: taste as you go. Season
slowly until the perfect flavor comes through.
It’s a safe technique with latkes or kreplach but not always with
gefilte fish, a ground concoction of freshwater fish, spices, eggs, salt
and matzo meal.
My mother never became sick from tasting raw fish, but, by chance,
gefilte fish turned out to be a formidable problem for my medical
partner’s wife, Rita."



Marcus Loidolt wrote:
>         Cat Parasite Affects Everything We Feel and Do
> http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/DyeHard/story?id=2288095&page=1
> I read the whole think expecting a punch-line... 
> Now I know why I'm a dog-person.
> Edwin

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