Sunday, May 25, 2008

Sundayish

Lizzie gives us a real puzzler.
The regular patrons know they really serve it on Wednesday night. They just put up that sign so they can laugh at people who ask for pozole on a Sunday.
I'm still wondering what the foshizzle is Pozole?

7 comments:

BrianYYZ said...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pozole

La Familia Higgy said...

Pozole is the most delicious Mexican food in ever!

I love Mexican food. You know, burritos, enchiladas and tacos from the taco trucks but Pozole is a million times better.

It's a soup with pork and hominy. Once cooked I like to pile lettuce, avocados to the top and squirt some lime juice on it. Then I crush tortilla chips and stir it all up.

MMMMM....Fantastic!

Kaveh said...

I go for lots of shredded cabbage, plus a few squirts of lime juice and a big pinch of Mexican oregano (might be the same as Greek oregano, not sure...).

Qaro said...

I think this one works because a particular "this Sunday" will always change dates.

Um, maybe it would be better if they just said "every Sunday". (Are my quotations necessary here? Never commented here before. Ouch, now I know why. Too hard : )

Vicky said...

"Foshizzle" is slang for "for sure," so "what the foshizzle" does not make sense.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=foshizzle

Artimus said...

I second Vicky's comment. A blog as pedantic as this (and I mean that in a good way), should get it right.

Sock Puppet said...

Urk. Lettuce? Pozole isn't pozole unless you use shredded cabbage.