…and I’m on vacation but on my first day I went to the grocery store and saw these huge heads of cabbage on sale and all I could think of was “that would make great Golabiki” which is Polish for Cabbage Rolls. There were so many huge heads and thought I really don’t need one that big so I looked around until I found one that was not quite as big as the other ones and pluck it up and barely got it those little plastic bags although the store was smart enough to put out larger small plastic bags. So I put this monstrosity in the bottom of my buggy which when I first used the term buggy in Connecticut I was told they were shopping carts and that we step on buggies. That ain’t nothing, they never heard of chipped ham either let alone Isley’s but I digress. So I went about my business of picking up stuff I went to the store in the first place for when a lady spy’s my cabbage which again is at the bottom of the buggy but was apparently big enough to grab her attention and asked me where did I get that huge head of cabbage? I said in the produce department and that there were others that were much bigger. That’s when my mind went to that scene in the movie Animal House. Eric Stratton better known as Otter sees Dean Wormer’s wife holding a cucumber and talks about its size but I didn’t go there but could have again when the lady at the checkout also remarked about the huge head of cabbage but instead the conversation turned to what great Golabiki it will make and it did. They were huge but you know what? They could have been even bigger.