Swiss food (continued)
Dennis R. Preston
preston at PILOT.MSU.EDU
Tue Sep 14 17:15:02 UTC 1999
I'm a litle surprised at "Caiperino." I assume it is the Brazilian
"Caiperinha," but it is missing its "palatalizing 'h'," and its gender is
wrong. This is either intentional (and may distinguish it, as, for example
"Caiperoshka" identifies one made with vodka rather than the traditional
sugar-cane fire water) or just the result of a sea-change. Any guesses?
dInIs (who likes his with pouco azucar)
> Greetings from Zermatt, where I just raced down the Matterhorn in two
>FARMER'S SALAD--One restaurant has this as lettuce, bacon bits, croutons,
>and tomatoes. I've seen it in a few places, but not all. I don't know if
>it's in the OED.
>SPAGHETTI ALASKA--Spaghetti with shrimp. Is this anywhere else?
>SUMMER DRINKS--One place advertised Summer Drinks--Pimms No. 1, Caiperino,
>Planter's Punch, Fruit Cocktail.
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