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Uncle Merlin

Execllent Lance! I too am hooked on Streits as I was introduced by the Bibliowicz Clan early on! I like mine with room temperature butter on top, VERY ENGLISH-JEWISH I might add!

I should be so lucky!

We should do the Tour next year!



I love butter on matzo. And, Lance, did none of the mothers of your childhood friends ever have you over for a breakfast featuring the egg and matzo delight known as Matzq Brie? A real treat for matzo lovers.


none of my family were Jewish but had eclectic taste in food so, yeah, i remember having matzo when i was a little girl / with butter on it / even during WW2 / we stood in line at the Safeway to get a pound of butter when the truck came in and colored oleo with a little yellow pill so it looked like butter ! what a memory / matzo was good, nice and crispy



Like you, Lance, I'm an honorary Jew. My Scout troop held their meetings in a synagogue, I went to New York Jewniversity, even had my first sex with one of the Chosen.

To me, matzoh was like eating toasted cardboard, even with peanut butter. About the only thing that made it work for me was brie.

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