Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Her Boobs And His Sausage / Sus Tetas Y Su Salchicha

La versión español está después de la primera foto.

MY COUSIN EVIE is going to groan when she reads this. Stick around and you'll find out why.

Whenever we're in Brooklyn, we go to the Parkview Diner near Coney Island. We went there with My Mother The Dowager Duchess, not only because it's a good Brooklyn diner but, also, because it has a lot of parking. So, although The Duchess is gone, my cousin Evie still drives in from New Jersey and meets us there. This time we had the added bonus of Evie's daughter Ellen, her husband, Allen, and their two teen daughters, Carly and Brooke. One of my favorite families! The kindest, most interesting, and most decent people I know. They drove down in the pouring rain from the suburbs (rural suburbs? ruburbs?) north of the City.

I managed to get great shots of our food and few shots of my beautiful family. I told Evie during lunch that I got her "boobs" in every photo of her food. I promised I would crop out the boobs; although I didn't promise I wouldn't mention them (which is what Evie is now groaning about). However, she should be grateful. Not only did I get a shot of her son-in-law Allen's sausage, I didn't crop it out of the photo.



MI PRIMA EVIE va a gemir cuando lee esto. Quédese y descubrirá por qué.

Cada vez que estamos en Brooklyn, vamos al Parkview Diner. Fuimos allí con Mi Madre La Duquesa Viuda, no solo porque es un buen "diner" restaurante de Brooklyn, sino también porque porque tienen mucho estacionamiento  Así que, aunque La Duquesa Viuda se ha ido, mi primo Evie aún llega desde Nueva Jersey y se encuentra allí. Esta vez tuvimos la ventaja adicional de la hija de Evie, Ellen, su esposo, Allen, y sus dos hijas adolescentes, Carly y Brooke. ¡Una de mis familias favoritas! Las personas más amables, más interesantes, y sinceras que conozco. Condujeron hacia abajo bajo la lluvia torrencial de los suburbios (¿suburbios rurales? ¿ruburbs?) Al norte de la ciudad.

Logré obtener excelentes tomas de nuestra comida y algunas fotos de mi hermosa familia. Le dije a Evie durante el almuerzo que conseguí sus "tetas" en cada foto de su comida. Prometí que cortaría las tetas de las fotos; aunque no prometí que no los mencionaría (que es de lo que ahora ella está gruñendo). Sin embargo, ella debería estar especialmente agradecida. No solo obtuve una foto de la salchicha de su yerno Allen, no la recorté de la foto.




SAN GERALDO.


EVIE (AND, BELOW, NOT HER BOOBS).
EVIE (Y, ABAJO, NO SUS TETAS).


ALLEN. HE'S SMILING BECAUSE HE HAS NO IDEA WHAT'S COMING.
ALLEN. ESTÁ SONRIENDO PORQUE NO TIENE IDEA DE LO QUE VIENE.
HIS SAUSAGE.
SU SALCHICHA.

24 comments:

  1. What kind of syrup do you use on sausage and waffles?

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    1. Travel:
      Jerry would use maple syrup. I would just use butter... but I'd move the sausage to the side first.

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  2. Good Anne Marie wasn't there. Her jahoobies would have engulfed, being the stars while she downed that sausage

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    1. mistress maddie:
      And I'll be SHE would have let me include them in the photos.

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  3. @maddie - mostly a true statement. however, I don't like sausage...unless it is attached to a human of the male species. did I just hear evie groan again? LOVELY food pix, mitchell; real diner fare!

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    1. anne marie:
      Fortunately, I don't think Evie reads the comments, just the blog entry... or she would definitely be groaning again.

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  4. Ahhhh, how great to get to enjoy family :)
    Those are some impressive dishes!

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    1. Judy,
      A great example of a traditional Brooklyn diner. And a great family! So lucky.

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  5. My Allen has some big sausage!

    Couldn't help myself!

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    1. Bob,
      I think he used to lik me. Oh well.

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  6. They'll probably never show up at brunch with you guys again!

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    1. Debra,
      I do wonder. Haven’t heard anything. Yet.

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  7. Okay, I know there is food here, and sausages and invisible jahoobies, but whenever you include a picture of the ever gorgeous SG, I get distracted! I'm not coveting or anything, it's just that I find him to be very beautiful, you lucky man. Allen ain't that bad himself.

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    1. Deedles,
      He is kind of cute, isn’t he?i think I’ll keep him.

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  8. If you had to crop the photos that much, it's a good thing it wasn't a picnic at the beach!

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    1. Kirk,
      The camera wouldn’t have been permitted.

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  9. food, family, and sexual innuendo - good times.

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    1. Wilma,
      Add “friends” and you’d have the story of my life.

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  10. I bet open easy parking is hard to come by in NYC. I know it didn't seem like there were many spaces in DC or Atlanta.

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  11. What a combo! That looks like one fine diner!

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    1. Jim,
      It’s been there a long time and it’s good!

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  12. It's a shame Fran wasn't there to grate Allen's parmesan.

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    1. Walt the Fourth,
      Well THAT would have been a waste!

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