So when I saw that Joe himself is selling frozen cauliflower pancakes, aka latkes, just in time for Hanukkah, I knew I had to try them to see if they could compete with the tried-and-true potato variety.
My other controversial latke opinion is that it's not worth the effort of making them from scratch if you really don't want to, so I was thrilled to be able to make myself a Hanukkah treat fresh from the freezer.
They're not much to look at (they kind of reminded me of very dry, toasted hockey pucks), but I'm dead serious when I tell you that they're better than almost every potato latke I've ever had. There, I said it!
I tried them plain and with a dollop of sour cream, the best topping for latkes of any kind, and they were good both ways.
They're crispy on the outside, soft 'n savory on the inside, and so good that even latke purists and people who don't welcome our new cauliflower overlords will probably like them.