Donor kebab

February 29th, 2016

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So I haven’t discussed this with any of my fellow-bloggers here, but let’s be frank: if this blog were going to endorse a candidate, it would be the candidate who had “Sandwiches” in his name.

Which brings me to a sandwich-related pun that Stephen Colbert left out of his otherwise-masterful segment. Like Colbert said, Bernie Sandwiches is lauded by the LGBLT community and those who consider him a hero — but he also has the unwavering support of his Döners. Who also happen to pack a mean kebab, like this one I had the other day. Absolutely delicious.


Döner Kebap

July 28th, 2009

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Döner Kebap

As Wikipedia tells it, World War II depleted Germany’s manpower to the extent that, desperate for labor, the country invited large numbers of Turks to fill the gaps. These Turks brought their own cuisine, which includes lamb roasted on a vertical spit with a delectable blend of herbs and spices, served on bread of some sort along with various vegetables and sauces. This dish is referred to as Döner Kebap (or Kebab).

Those Turks, or their descendents or others like them, still serve Döner Kebap in Germany today, including in downtown Munich. And when you taste one, it’s no wonder the food has been so long-lived.

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