Month: November 2010

Lutefisk is slimy cod soaked in lye, and enjoyed by many in Minnesota, but is there a connection with cannibalism?

KEN KORCZAK: Here in northern Minnesota the traditional dish of lutefisk is a deep tradition, especially among the many people of Scandinavian descent. Lutefisk is cod soaked in lye, and then boiled. The result is a gelatinous, slimy whitish glob that is best eaten soaked in melted butter. But in one small town, there is a connection between this prized traditional dish, power politics in Washington and human cannibalism. Read the amazing story here:

SLIMY FISH AND CANNIBALISM

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“Dream Philosopher” plants a torment in mind of Minnesota man

KEN KORCZAK: A friend of mine here in northern Minnesota came to Me recently because he wanted to tell me his strange story. His hope is that by venting this bizarre tale to a journalist, it will somehow HELP HIM “get it out” and thus, this whole thing will cease to torment him.

He also hopes that by letting others know his story, someone will offer some insight or advice about how he can get rid of this “thorn” that has been planted in his brain.

Go ahead and read this strange tale of a “traveling dream philosopher.” And if you happen to meet this guy in your dreams, don’t take his advice!

CLICK HERE FOR THE STRANGE STORY OF DREAM PHILOSOPHER

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