Why are there only extravaganzas?  What is so “extra” about them?  What makes them more deserving of praise than just a regular vaganza?  And what IS a regular vaganza?  Have you ever been to one?  What constitutes a vaganza?  What separates a vaganza from a fiesta, a brouhaha, a hootenanny, a hoedown, a gathering, a happening, a meet-up, or even a flash mob?  And why isn’t it good enough by itself?  What is so horrible about vaganzas that we feel this constant need to, to invent a word, “extrify” them?  Why don’t we have an “extrafiesta?”  This blog will answer many such serious questions while also talking about food, and all the other stuff in the sub-head.

Read, or don’t read.  But if you don’t read, you might as well just click on the stars below each post.  I mean, if you’re here, you might as well do something.


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  1. I was just having this conversation with some coworkers, asking if they had ever had a veganza–or much more than they needed–extra veganzas. I see I am not alone in this query, but from a different angle.

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