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S is for "So Many"

May 10th, 2011 at 12:23 am

I was checking my list to see what I had put down for "S". What a list: spices, soups, stews, salad, salmon, struedel, sandwiches, salsa, star fruit, shrimp, scallops, subs, strata, squash, salt, sea salt, and a new word I learned: "stewp" which is a soupy stew.

I honestly don't know where to begin. Which of these gets the honor of representing "S"?

I guess I could do a little combining -- I can't imagine making a soup, stew, stewp, or strata without spices. It's interesting how a spice can change the taste. I like tarragon, especially when using potatoes. I use an awful lot of turmeric because it is supposed to be very good for you. I have been using sea salt in place of regular salt, because it supposedly means you can use less and get the same amount of flavor.

As for salads, growing up, I thought there was a green salad made with iceberg lettuce, and then a couple of salads like bean salad and potato salad. I tell you, I grew up kind of naive when it came to food. It's interesting to see how salads can be so different. And how a different type of lettuce can make it a different salad. Then there's the whole thing about mayonnaise salads and vinegar salads. It's almost dizzying to think about them all.

So, I'll admit it...I took the easy way out. Any "S" foods you care to add?

1 Responses to “S is for "So Many"”

  1. rob62521 Says:

    The sausages sound very good,Jerry! You've made me hungry this morning!

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