Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Picture of the Week


Compliments of an Alert Reader who shall remain anonymous at her own request.

Anybody wanna step up to the plate on this one? There are so many potential tasteless and inappropriate jokes here, and I'm not touching any of them.

36 comments:

Alanna said...

Keep oven on at 450 degrees for 4 years.

KOKORO said...

arbeit macht fries.

Chez said...

Congrats. I honestly busted up laughing at both of these. And in public no less.

Anonymous said...

I'll be looking for these recipes:

Anne's Franks and Beans

Hannah's Chopped Liver

Mats O.'s Balls Soup

trish said...

If this were a Twilight Zone episode the book would be called "How To Serve Jews."

Chris said...

No joke to make, but I want to know if that super-classy Mazel Tov pie server comes with the cookbook.

Alanna said...

The 2nd edition of this cookbook includes high-altitude version of recipes for those cooking in an attic.

Alanna said...

For a limited time, this book is free with purchase of condo on Glades Rd. in Boca Raton.

Alanna said...

1 cup of Matzo Meal
1 whole kosher egg
2 TBSP kosher salt
1/4 tsp ground pepper
29 years of fucking guilt.

Thanks mom.

Tabi said...

Jewcy roast:

~Sear from top to bottom.

~Place in oven at high temp until no longer pink.

Serve with charred liver and boiled "kosher" tripe

Sheriff Bart said...

Anon and Alanna are killing me over here.
I think I peed a little.

Lola said...

Rule #1... only cook with gas.

namron said...

Although each of these comments is distasteful and should never to be repeated in polite society, they do prove that AYTHING can be the subject of a joke. God help us all!

P.S. Thanks for the First Amendment, folks

VOTAR said...

Kokoro for the win. No contest.

Anonymous said...

chez -

i think the real humour in the holocaust joke lies in its unexpectedness and inappropriateness. one, perfectly timed, can be gold. but a produce a litany of them (yet another one...) and they start to shift in meaning and intent. kinda like repeated billy joel endorsements. anyway, just a heads up.

jeff

Anonymous said...

ps. and maybe even more importantly, ceases from being funny...

jt

Chez said...

Thanks for the deconstructionist critique, Jeff. I'll take that under consideration.

trish said...

I love it when people TELL YOU what's funny.

Anonymous said...

Go play with your dreidel and shut the fuck up, jeff.

Grandma's baking mein kamph-e-cake.

Alanna said...

This is the last place I would ever think I would need to preface my statements with "Im Jewish, so please do not misconstrue my intent".

Fungi said...

Schindler's Twists

jeff said...

wow. see what i mean...

j

Dan said...

Gah, that one killed it for me Fungi. Made me think of M. Night Douchbag.

Alanna said...

If you cant take the heat, get your head out of the oven.

Fungi said...

It's ok, I'm Jewish.

Santini Stadium said...

the reviews are in!

"Each recipe comes with some interesting history trivia...it was a gas!!"
-NYTimes

"A great recipe book, but why does each recipe has its own number?"
-Newsday

"Having a dinner party? Blitzkrieg your way through cooking the most memorable meal ever"
-Anonymous

"Using thin-framed eyeglasses as garnish really brings culture to the dishes"
-Morgan Freeman

"A real page-turner! My side still hurts from the laughter"
-Mel Gibson

Fungi said...

Anne Frankfurter

Tabi said...

Roast Prime Rib Au Jew

motheralex said...

"He was such a sweet boy. But a little tough."

Anonymous said...

Under Chinese cuisine:

Elie Wiesel's Happy Family

Jew-Jew Platter

Anonymous said...

Sophie's Choice Cuts

Ref said...

Sure these jokes are tasteless, but they're balanced by the tastelessness of the damn book!

Anonymous said...

I'm laughing, but I'm not comfortable. Is that comedy in its truest form?

Anonymous said...

Huh. Tasteless AND Tasty!

Anonymous said...

This book is in terrible taste. It is offensive.
Every single recipe calls for pork.

Anonymous said...

How is this book more tasteless than a Depression era cookbook?