by Ben Miller
The fact is, I have heard of Matzo Brei. I’ve eaten it numerous times. (For what it’s worth, you’re joking if you consider it really all that great. If it’s so fantastic, why don’t you make it the rest of the year?)
But the reason why I didn’t talk about it was because it’s not a practical option given what I was discussing. My post was about how on weekday mornings I don’t have time to cook anything. I know it doesn’t take particularly long to make, but between making it, eating it, and cleaning up, is probably at least 20 minutes or so that I do not have in the morning. Hence why I wrote:
On the weekend this really isn’t too bad because you can just make an omelet, frittata or any number of egg based dishes that are both filling, delicious and bread free. But what about that harried weekday morning? I usually eat cereal, which is now off limits (the kosher for Passover stuff might be one of the nastiest foods you can buy in a grocery store). I usually end up settling for matzo and butter. Not the greatest, but it gets the job done.
I don’t see how Matzo Brei fits that standard. Also Adler, you may want to check the grammar of your headline.
UPDATE: Apparently I need to read farther into the comments on the orignial posts, where I see Dara stood up for me.