Finger lickin’


OK, I guess you can’t help people handling and squeezing fruit and veggies in the produce aisle. I’ll cook them anyway. But last week I watched a lady touch just about every donut, cruller and fritter in the baked goods cabinet. Then she actually licked her fingers before deciding which to buy. I decided I didn’t need a donut after all. The market has tissues to handle the donuts with. Please use them. There’s nothing on your fingers I want to lick.

Contributed by: Howard M. Goodies & I. C. Sal Monella

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Walt Pickut’s writing career began with publishing medical research in1971 while working at the Jersey City Medical Center and the NYU Hospital and School of Medicine. Walt holds board registries in respiratory care and sleep technology as well as bachelor's degrees in biology and communication, and a master's degrees in physiology from Fairleigh-Dickinson University in New Jersey, with additional graduate work in mass communication completed at SUNY Amherst. He currently teaches Presentational Speaking in the Houghton College PACE program at JCC and holds memberships in the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Society of Business Publication Editors. He lives in Jamestown with his wife Nancy, an MSW social worker, and has three children: Dr. Cait Lamberton in Pittsburgh, Bill Pickut, a marketing executive in Chicago, and Rev. Matt Pickut in Plymouth, IN.