Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Some Of My Irish Stuff

True story:

About fifteen years ago my husband's parents went to Ireland. (My mother-in-law's parents were from Mayo. Father-in-law's family were Neapolitans.)

One night in Dublin they went into an "Italian" restaurant and ordered the "pizza."

The waitress disappeared. She was gone a long time.

Finally she returned, with an apologetic look on her pretty face.

"Oh sir," she said. "I'm so terribly sorry, sir. But it seems--

"It seems we're all out of cheddar cheese!

"Would it be all right if they used the mozzarella instead?"

3 comments:

Christopher McLaughlin said...

It shouldn't make much difference if Irish pizza is made with cheddar, mozzarella, or even stilton. They're just gonna boil the whole thing anyway. Mmmmmmmm, yes Irish cuisine is yummy. Almost as good as English.

Donna Bethell said...

This show why a mixed Irish-Italian heritage is so important to the preservation of civilization.

Your Irish-Italian friend,
Donna

Anonymous said...

got potatoes?