|From:||Costentin Cornomorus <elemtilas@...>|
|Date:||Monday, February 2, 2004, 20:58|
--- Peter Bleackley
> >OK, I'll bite: what's the connotations of
> >food choices? I guess in this case between
> >Japanese (?) and Pennsy Dutch. I'm much less
> >certain of what either of them are, though
> >fritters sound vaguely fried, though I'm
> >pretty sure they're not chips.
> The point is, that both "Exotic" tempura and
> "plain" fritters consist of
> food that has been dipped in batter and
> deep-fried. Yet the choice of a
> Japanese or English name makes them sound like
> completely different things.
Well, there's the rub! They're both fairly
"exotic" for me! Empanadas (similar idea), on the
other hand, are plain jane!
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