Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Macaroons are not for the infirm

When Pharaoh refused to give straw to the Jewish slaves to make bricks he inadvertently became the inventor of the macaroon. Moses - always in opposition of his evil half brother and with G-d on his side - responded with a Kosher for Passover laxative called "let my people go!". Once again, Moses won.

I bet this macaroon pyramid is as strong as the real thing in Egypt


Kate said...

My entire childhood I was forced to eat fish on Friday. I hated fish then and I hate it now. Personally, like politics have no business being in the bedroom, religion should have no place in the kitchen.

GoldenGirl11 said...

I couldn't agree more, Moey. I don't think Moses ate brisket in the desert but Monday and Tuesday night if I don't have some it'll be considered a sin. Go figure.