Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Shwaz!

Frozen Vichyssoise on a stick.
 
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I can't claim complete originality here, this originated with my ex-girlfriend's father. It is so simple, it is brilliant. May only be able to achieve its apotheosis in "la belle France". Imagine this rolled in chopped chives, al la sprinkes...
mrohdie, Jun 22 2004

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       I have no idea what this means, but it sure smells like a recipe!
MikeOliver, Jun 22 2004
  

       Fish sticks?
phoenix, Jun 22 2004
  

       [marked–for–deletion] - - Recipe and use of the French language in public.
contracts, Jun 22 2004
  

       No, not a recipe. Vichyssoise is a classic french dish, cold potato soup (often with a sprinkling of chives as a garnish). This is a marketing/delivery idea. Imagine the scene...a hot summer day in the city, ahead a man in a paper hat pushes an umbrella cart, just the refreshment the cultured gourmet is dreaming of: Shwaz!
mrohdie, Jun 22 2004
  

       I think [mrohdie] is right in that this is not really a recipe... I think we could probably get him on gross-out humor though. Potato soup popsicles? Ugh
luecke, Jun 22 2004
  

       Mhhh. Chives. I may try this out. May the Shwaz be with you!
(And no, this is not just a recipe, take that stupid tag down already.)
jutta, Jun 22 2004
  

       In the frozen foods aisle next to the bouillabaisse bars. I don't think this is a recipe, either. It's a new product, new form factor, for soup.   

       I also think the French language comment is frivolous.
bristolz, Jun 22 2004
  

       I'm so far from a good potato soup right now I'd take this in a heartbeat.
dpsyplc, Jun 22 2004
  

       "Garçon, what is this fly doing on my soupe aux pommes de terre du jour?"
"Looks like it tried to take a lick and its tongue froze to it."
FarmerJohn, Jun 22 2004
  
      
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