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Coming off of a quick run through Passover, the only Jewish soup anyone has heard of takes on the AARP standard.
voting is mafia style so please use stars or bold to vote for ***matzoball*** or split pea
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by TortugaGrande 12 months ago
"I like fixing broken things" - Kevin Plank
........that fireball whiskey whispers temptation in my ear
Damn this is hard, big fan of both.
SP is gross. ***matzo*** for my joo homies.
OH SHIT! WHAT NOW RAISE! YOU FUCKED UP!
most underrated soup ever.
the only time i vote in these things.
/gentile that just doesn't get matzo ball.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
I don't know what you mean, but it had the cadence of a joke.
i enjoy split pea while eating, but when i just think about it, it think about a mealy texture and ugly, clashing color, and i don't like it.
**split pea** foeva
split pea takes a drillin' from the jewish penicillin ...
we're got the biggest, balls of them all.
Both are vomitous. Neither is a top 64 "fluid I would put in my body."
I've never had matzo ball soup before, but it's got to be better than split pea.
***Split pea*** ham bone in the stock son!
nothing better than getting that unexpected clump of ham strings in a random bite
You people just haven't had the good matzo ball soup yet gentiles...
I had a Jewish stepfather for a while who was all excited to introduce me to "the good matzo ball soup". It was the soup equivalent of Manischewitz. There's a reason why there aren't a whole bunch of Jewish Cuisine places to choose from, and its not anti-Semitism.
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