Rabbi Stew, Jolie in 3D

by tully
November 30, 2007 8:59 AM
5 Comments
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If anyone on the planet Earth makes a better beef stew than Mark Rabinowitz... no, that's not right, let me put it this way...

Nobody on the planet Earth makes a better beef stew than Mark Rabinowitz.

I experienced the Rabbi's culinary magic for the first time several years ago, and while SixFive and I reminisce about that meal to this very day, that memory pales in comparison to the plate of greatness I ate earlier tonight. Words can't describe how incredible the Rabbi Stew really is. I actually made moaning noises as I was eating it. A friendly heads up to all you available ladies out there, Mark Rabinowitz is the man you should be trying to marry.

Tomorrow at 1:45 a group of us are going to experience BEOWOLF in 3D IMAX at Lincoln Square. I just spent a few hours making "JOLIE IN 3D!!!" t-shirts. I plan to take a last-day-of-summer-camp type of photo with all of us in the shirts and 3D glasses to commemorate this special event.

Bummer that the THERE WILL BE BLOOD screening sold out, but thankfully a good amount of folks purchased in the nick of time (Zobel, Bronstein, Gebert, Rizzo, Craycroft, Wingo, etc.). December 11th can't come fast enough...

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5 Comments

  • Tom | December 1, 2007 5:59 AMReply

    I have had this stew and I can attest it is the best on planet earth. Period. I have been begging for this recipe for years and the lazy git has never passed it along. One day I will bludgeon him with a copy of the cookbook wherein this recipe can be found. Absolutely phenomenal, and I don't even really like stew. The best ever and AMEN.

  • kelly | November 30, 2007 9:28 AMReply

    i'm sure the rabbi's stew is good. however, that happens to be one of the few things i can cook. also, my heart belongs to the one and only mike tully.

  • Mark Rabinowitz | November 30, 2007 6:17 AMReply

    Alas, I can't see 3-D movies, so I'm out for the Beowolf extraveganza!

  • David Lowery | November 30, 2007 5:40 AMReply

    Beowulf is only worth seeing n 3D, and I hope you aren't opposed to some noontime libations to make the proceedngs more enjoyable. Beowful is three shades of overseriousness away from being a camp classic.

  • Mark Rabinowitz | November 30, 2007 4:32 AMReply

    Thanks for the shout out, T!