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What am I - chopped liver? [videorecording].
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This would be followed by chicken soup with kneidlach before we got to the meat and vegetables. And then of course the desserts! Dave and I love chicken livers and I am always trying to find new ways to make them. When I got my copy of Jerusalem I paged through the book and came across the recipe for chopped liver. As soon as I saw the photos I. An alternative explanation for the etymology of the "What am I, chopped liver?" expression is that chopped liver was traditionally served as a side dish rather than a main course. The phrase, therefore may have originally meant to express a feeling of being overlooked, as a "side dish."Missing: book.
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Saute onions in 1 tablespoon chicken fat, until soft. Add liver and saute about 5 minutes or until liver is cooked. Allow mixture to cool. Chop and add salt and e: Middle-Eastern. A rhetorical question used to indicate that the speaker is feeling left out or slighted by attention given to another person or persons. , Joey Adams, The Curtain Never Falls, New York, N.Y.: F. Fell, OCLC , page You've been nice enough, but what am I, chopped liver or something?
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Good read, enjoyed the fact that the author included a local flair in there by using the creole language. Was a bit nervous that things might not have worked out for the heroine, but was happy to know that alls well that ends well. Origin Of ‘What Am I Chopped Liver?’ The origin of this phrase is not really clear.
However, I have heard of two theories that indicate how this expression came into existence. So let’s talk them.
The first theory says that liver is not always viewed on the same level as others foods. Buy What Am I Chopped Liver Shirt - Funny Tshirt: Shop top fashion brands Men at FREE DELIVERY and Returns possible on eligible purchases.
Yes, I agree. Chopped liver has a bit of an image problem. It’s not like it’s called pate or mousse or something fancy in French. It’s just a very simple dish that happens to be made out of chicken g: book. What am I chopped Liver. One morning I was pleading with God to send someone to help me write my book.
As a new writer, I lack many skills. Various names swirled through my head as I prayed. I sat in silence waiting to hear from the Lord. Again I asked, Lord, is there someone who can help me write this book. Shop What am I, chopped liver?, Yes, I am.
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4 extra-large eggs, hard-cooked, peeled, and chunked/5(64). Chopped liver became a popular side dish in Jewish cuisine in New York City by at least It was so common that it wasn't thought of as anything special. "What am I.
Chopped liver?" and "That ain't chopped liver!" ("not chopped liver") became popular phrases by at least the s. Definition of chopped liver in the Idioms Dictionary.
chopped liver phrase. What does chopped liver expression mean. Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
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People tend to overlook chopped liver when in reality, it should be heralded as the star of the show. Rich and savory, chopped liver is a favorite dish for many Jewish families. I grew up eating a version made with chicken livers, schmaltz (chicken fat), yellow onions, and hard-cooked eggs.4/5(1).
The earliest written reference that anyone has found thus far is in the book The Curtain Never Falls  by New York comedian Joey Adams. So Jeff Wright’s answer wasn’t too far off the mark.
The Curtain Never Falls. Add 1 pound chicken liver and saute until cooked through; process in food processor with one small raw onion and one hard-cooked egg.
Season. Although chopped liver may have a reputation for being ordinary or second-class, I think it is anything but. I have loved this rich and toothsome Jewish-American version of pâté since I was a kid.
A delicious chicken liver & herb crostini appetizer I recently tried at Corso Trattoria reminded me how much I love chopped liver.
George Jetson: “Hey, What Am I, Chopped Liver?” Although Jerome Kern didn’t actually write about the delicacy, chopped liver has not ignored by Hollywood and the entertainment industry. The food has been mentioned in movies including The Mighty Ducks and The Last Boy Scout and on TV’s The Gilmore Girls and reassuringly in The : Mark Mietkiewicz.
The idiom appeared in various forms, such as it ain’t chopped liver, that’s not chopped liver, and it’s not exactly chopped liver.
The first of these forms is noted by Jonathan Lighter in his Historical Dictionary of American Slang from a Jimmy Durante television show in Missing: book. The next time someone asks you, “Well, what am I – Chopped Liver?” tell them yes, and make sure they know it’s a compliment.
I’ve been meaning to make this for some time, but just got around to it this weekend, in the midst of the last of the Fall canning (9 pints of applesauce, 8 half pints of apple butter, 10 half pints of watermelon pickles, and 12 pints of roast turkey), which I 5/5.
Topic: Chopped Liver, "What Am I, Chopped Liver?" - meaning & origin. Tom Birchmire from Needham, MA wrote: Dear Rabbi, Perhaps you can settle a discussion (argument) between my mother-in-law and me.
She has used the expression "What am I, chopped liver?" sprinkled here and therein conversation. When I asked her what was the beginning of the Missing: book.
There are many recipes for chopped liver, but mostly it is chicken livers sautéed in onions, with salt and pepper, schmaltz (chicken fat) and oftentimes with hard boiled eggs, all chopped together.
You take a piece of matzoh and scoop up some of it (it’s like the corn chips and guacamole among the Mexicans.).Someone perceived as being of little value or worth, as evidenced by being ignored when others are getting attention.
Usually used as a semi-rhetorical question. Origin probably in American Jewish humor of the early-to-mid 20th g: book.So What Am I, Chopped Liver? Ajahn Amaro. A theme we explored on the Thanksgiving Retreat was “complaining and blaming.” I thought it would be a useful theme because our culture tends toward complaint.
If I’m suffering, then the way to the end of suffering is to complain or blame. I’m suffering, therefore it’s somebody else’s fault.