Friday, March 4, 2011

FOODIE FRIDAY for March 4, 2011



$7.99 for my choice of any of those misspelled foods?  That's quite the bargain!

I'm also curious as to what a "cutlet" is made of--is it made of the same stuff that an actual cutlet (no quotes) is made of?  Or is a "cutlet" just imitation cutlet?  Hmmm...

Oh, and meat balls sounds infinitely more gross than meatballs.  I'll eat the latter, but not the former...meat, keep your balls to yourself, please!

Thanks to MICHAEL for finding this crazy sign!

6 comments:

MarieC said...

I'm with you on the meat balls!! What about the Fr. Fraise as a side dish? Do they mean French fries? I doubt they mean creme de fraise (strawberry-flavored liqueur cordial, according to Bing).

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

I was wondering about that, too! (Although I hope they don't mean creme de fraise--that would probably taste gross!)

Ryan Draving said...

ha! guess that's what too much "cutlet" does to your brain. great post Nikki -- Ryan

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

LOL! This is your brain...and *this* is your brain on "cutlet." :) Thanks, Ryan!

Mike said...

Thanks for posting my picture!

For the record, "borch" and "bullion" are two kinds of soup in Russian.

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

Quite welcome, Mike--thank YOU for the entertaining picture (and the clarification regarding Russian foods)! :)