alright everybody here’s the deal it’s thursday noon pm and all around me folks are finishing their finals meanwhile I just submitted one final project and had a final exam this morning and an exam yesterday morning and am just now sitting down to write forty pages of a full-length screenplay SO before I switch into aaron sorkin mode I must warm my poor ropey brain back up and to do that I’m gonna spit-ball some festive jell-o shot recipes or really jell-o shot concepts because how the fuck do you even make jell-o anyways?
I grew up in a community where seldom did people look at me oddly when I told them I kept Kosher. The most outrageous reaction I received was in third grade when my friend asked me if I would explode if I ate bacon. Luckily for elementary school me, my teacher was Jewish and calmly explained to her what it meant.
For those who don’t know what it means to keep kosher, it’s a pretty easy concept. The more conservative you are, there more rules there are, and I keep it at a basic level. To keep it simple, I don’t eat pork, keep meat and dairy products separate when eating (e.g., no cheeseburgers), and don’t eat shellfish. At home I have separate sets of silverware and plates for both meat and dairy, but here that’s not necessary. Continue reading