[Cz-L] another Friedman story

From: Miriam R. Taylor <mtaylor_at_bio.indiana.edu>
Date: Mon, 30 Aug 2004 07:41:51 -0400 (EDT)
To: CZERNOWITZ-L <CZERNOWITZ-L_at_cornell.edu>
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I was almost, but not quite, born at Friedman's on a busy Sunday evening.
Because of this I have always had a special interest in this Czernowitz
landmark which in my family was famous for the borsht and for the
impudence of its waiters, whenever someone wanted to express an
offhand attitude, they would repeat the words of a Friedman's waiter:
"natzech a borsht" meaning: there is your borsht.
Received on 2004-08-30 07:53:52

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