"Sliders" are haute cousine

Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Mon Feb 25 15:14:08 UTC 2013

Victor needs to visit the 52,095 other places that Google found.

(I wasn't claiming "Kobe sliders" was new, only commenting that they
have arrived if they're being served at the post-Academy Awards Ceremony Nosh.)


At 2/25/2013 01:27 AM, Victor Steinbok wrote:
>There are at least 5 restaurants in the Boston area alone (OK, so 3 of
>them are from the same chain ;-) ) that use "Kobe beef sliders" or "Kobe
>sliders" on their menus (this is from personal experience, not from
>     VS-)
>On 2/24/2013 2:33 PM, Joel S. Berson wrote:
>>"Master chef Wolfgang Puck will create the menu for the official
>>Academy Awards afterparty ... The 1500 guests will nosh on more than
>>50 dishes, including ... mini Kobe Burgers."
>>Apparently the readers of Parade Magazine too are too upper
>>(toasted?) bun to have understood had the word "sliders" been used.
>>I learn, however, from Googling "Kobe sliders" that they are known in
>>about 52,1000 places and about 105 Google Books.
>The American Dialect Society - http://www.americandialect.org

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