Ok, I am just going to go ahead and say it.

What is with "Prize-winning noodle kugel"?

Because it has been emailed A LOT from the Boston.com website.

To the point where I kind of want to make it. Although see the post below which explains why I won't, for the next few days anyway.

In the past hour (about 11pm to 12am ish) it was emailed a total of 32 times. That is a lot of people making noodle kugel out there.

But then in the past month it was emailed a total of 4762 times! Holy crap! That is 158 people a day, or so, getting revved up for kugel.

I feel like everyone is at a party and I am sitting at home wondering where everyone is.

As soon as Monsieur Le Virusse is done with his little holiday in my intestine I am totally all about the "Prize-winning noodle kugel".


One Food Guy said…
Yum, Kugel! My mom makes a kickass kugel, I definitely am responsible for forwarding that article a few times. Think of kugel as a sweet lasagna. It's a very traditional Jewish dish and each family has their own spin on it. I think my mom makes the best!
Annabelle B. said…
Well you know what? I think I am going to make me some kugel this weekend.

I love lasagna in pretty much any form, so why not sweet!

But if it stinks, I might have to have your mom make me some.
One Food Guy said…
So did you make the kugel?!
Mike & JB said…
Thank you for blogging about this important issue. I have been watching this article as the number 1 most e-mailed story at boston.com for months and wondering what the deal was. A modern day mystery.

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