Friday, March 02, 2007

Mei'Hodu ve'ad Kush

(Crossposted to the 'school)

I hear that they’re opening up yet another kosher vegetarian Indian restaurant, and here are some of the items on the menu:
  • Mekimi Mei’afar Dal - lentils so fresh it’s as if they were just picked out of the dirt
  • Chana Masala - this chickpea dish is served with neither wine nor liquor, but it will have you pouring out your soul
  • Muttar Paneer - spicy green peas with cubes of cheese
  • Asur Paneer - spicy green peas with cubes of cheese, bacon, and shrimp
  • Chanina ben Dosa - a savory crepe with healing powers
  • Dosa ben Harkinas - a savory crepe best enjoyed at brunch, after sleeping through the morning
  • Chamushim Aloo - potatoes for five

For those who aren’t into Indian cuisine, they’re also offering some other vegetarian options:

משנכנס אדר מרבין בשמחה


  1. i am glad i am not the only one who thinks of that delicious, golden crispy south asian crepe when he reads of that magical rabbinic wonder worker.

  2. LOL

    if only i could remember what names go with what delicious Indian food

  3. Have I mentioned lately that I love you?

  4. This is too funny. My friend ravaj lists you on her blogroll, so I jumped over to take a look -- perhaps because "Mah rabu ma'asecha H'" is one of my favorite lines of the whole liturgy. What a treat (culinary and otherwise!)