Every night as I'm cooking dinner, I pick up my big blue box of kosher salt and am confronted with this image:
Who is it? Why, Joe Kruchinsky, of course. You know, the creator of Kruchinsky's Hot Potatoes.
No, I did not buy this box of salt in 1978.
Update: Just as I was about to submit this post, the Seven Year Old walked into the room and saw the picture of the gentleman above and said, "Who's THAT? He looks COOL!" Joe, if you're out there: you've got a fan.
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