Alan's very recent post in this forum, <post#=592,215>post 592,215</post#>, brought to mind this little tidbit from my center of the universe, as described here in Wikipedia. I've had chislic for years <img src=/S/gramps.gif border=0 alt=gramps width=20 height=20> and never once thought that we held the world's market on it. Until a couple of years ago, that is, when an avid regional outdoorsman's (magazine articles, local TV shows, etc. on hunting and fishing) wife did a newpaper artilcle on it and that she herself was quite amazed at the regionality of it.
I got a kick out of the following quote
<hr>Chislic is a dish that varies in definition from region to region.<hr>
We're talkin' pretty small, not very populated areas here. I don't know if we're up to "region" status. <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>
Anyway, just a random thought while trying to come up with an answer to a problem here at work.