Wednesday, March 29, 2006

A gap in Zionist control of the media!

While the rest of the world apparently is, this week's Dining Section is not, I repeat, not, controlled by a vast Zionist conspiracy. We've got Palestinian cuisine in NYC, Middle Eastern and North African pastries in France, and tagines for the home cook. As upsetting as it is that the "Israel lobby" left this one stone unturned, I'd have to say, the food all looks and sounds most excellent. One of the main tenets of Francophilic Zionism is that tasty food transcends politics. In fact, I sometimes think that's the whole point, and that some combination of Chabichou cheese and zatar pita will bring about world peace. Not, like, combined--that would taste terrible together--but you get the idea.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vaste Programme.....

I must say that I totally agree with this grand idea of saving the world through the power of the culinary delights of zatar. However, I must say that with my experience of the Sorbonne's pro-Palestinian militants and from the friendship i have developped with maghrebians, and being from moroccan origins myself, couscous and merguez work great!

L'As du fallafel in Paris should be the HQ of this new political party... or even ideology...

Anyone can enlight me about the NYC equivalency of this Paris temple of Middle Eastern cuisine?

Phoebe Maltz Bovy said...

I think I know who you are, "french philistine."

Seth said...

What's wonderful about being in Israel is that all of the Zionist/Jewish conspiracy theories all come true.

The Jews run the banks, media... and even the food.

The revealing part is that there is no way the Jews are running the world if this is the best they can do with this small sliver of desert.

BBJ said...

Actually, the key to world peace is found in the small egg-custard filled dough patties served as dessert after dim sum at Ton Kiang in San Francisco. If we could arrange for everyone in the world to have about six at the same time, we would be able to move on from there quite well.

Anonymous said...

Mais j'espère bien que vous savez qui je suis.