When I got up to pay the check, I asked the waiter to bring another slivovitz
to the older woman.
One of the other reporters drunkenly compared the slivovitz
to American moonshine.
There is, of course, Manischewitz, that syrupy sweet sacramental wine, and slivovitz
, a throat-burning plum-brandy with roots in Eastern Europe.
There's no reason the prohibition against consuming chametz means having to spend another Passover restricted to Manischewitz Concord, Golan Heights Cabernets, or the one-off slivovitz
. A holiday that requires adults to down at least four cups of wine at the start ought to pack at least as much punch as St.
At times it would seem that all that the characters in Tranquility need do is to cross a spleenful of verbs to have angry sex with one another to share a bot-tle of slivovitz
in grudging peace or to love each other in order to drive each other mad as though madness were like small pox a disease spread through some mysterious medium of contagion.
He would only drink slivovitz
(plum brandy) and eat traditional dishes, and then finish up more slivovitz
In winter this meant sitting in dreary parlors on hard, antimacassared furniture while they drank Slivovitz
, raku, or vodka schnapps, and in summer endlessly pumping the porch glider as I watched circles of perspiration spread in shock waves from their armpits.
A glass of slivovitz
to cheer up." After saying this, one of the policemen, Antoni Wrzosek, lifts his beer stein towards Mr.
He performed at the Mark Taper Forum in "The Biko Inquest," "Celebration" and "Slivovitz
" and appeared in "The Chemmy Circle" at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.
One of the unkempt Muslim militiamen, unshaven and his breath flush with Slivovitz
brandy, cocked and armed his M-72 anti-tank rocket launcher.
"My mum got me through the pounds 125,000 mark when she knew that slivovitz
was a brandy made from plums.
Beverages available will include iced Serbian chocolate coffee, American and Serbian beers and wines, and Slivovitz
Serbian plum brandy.