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But their rich and delicious metropolitan feast is interrupted by a couple of dogs which force the rodent cousins to abandon their meal and scurry to safety.
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He has an intense sense of loyalty to the people he works with, to his friends—he has an amazing number of friends. I make the best bourbon sour, the best margaritas, really good saketinis, and kir royales, but Caipirinhas are my favorite drink. It wasn’t a first date, but it was like a second or third date. My guilty pleasure is not at all interesting: It's a spoon of really good organic peanut butter, or a slice of American cheese from my housekeeper’s drawer. We weren't allowed to have soda in my house, but my friend Peggy's father worked for Coca-Cola, so we would sneak over to her house and have a glass full of ice with Coca-Cola and a big, big swirl of Reddi-wip on top.
In Talmudic times the practice was to dip bread in salt to give it some flavor.
Jewish law states that for "clean bread" (and ours surely qualifies) this is not required.
In the original tale, a proud town mouse visits his cousin in the country.