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Entry from May 19, 2020
“What’s the difference between a spring roll and a summer roll?"/"Seasoning.”

A spring/summer roll riddle was posted on Twitter by VP on March 20, 2013:

Q: What’s the difference between a spring roll and a summer roll?
A: The seasoning.


A just slightly different riddle was posted on Twitter by Culinary Council five years later, on March 20, 2018:

Q: What’s the difference between spring rolls and summer rolls?
A: Seasoning.



Wikipedia: Spring roll
Spring rolls are a large variety of filled, rolled appetizers or dim sum found in East Asian, South Asian, Middle Eastern and Southeast Asian cuisine. The name is a literal translation of the Chinese chūn juǎn (春卷 ‘spring roll’ ). The kind of wrapper, fillings, and cooking technique used, as well as the name, vary considerably within this large area, depending on the region’s culture.

Wikipedia: Gỏi cuốn
Gỏi cuốn, Vietnamese spring roll, fresh spring roll, spring roll, or rice paper roll, is a Vietnamese dish traditionally consisting of pork, prawn, vegetables, bún (rice vermicelli), and other ingredients wrapped in Vietnamese bánh tráng (commonly known as rice paper or cold roll).
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In southern Vietnam, these rolls are called gỏi cuốn, meaning salad rolls, while in northern Vietnam, these rolls are called nem cuốn, meaning nem rolls. In central Vietnam, they are simply called “rice paper” rolls. In the West, these rolls are called by several different English names, including “salad roll”, “spring roll” and “summer roll.”

Twitter
VP
@VP666999
What’s the difference between spring roll and a summer roll?! The seasoning?!?! Lmfao!!
12:32 AM · Mar 20, 2013·Twitter for iPhone

Facebook
Anh Tang shared a post.
August 3, 2017 ·
What’s the difference between Vietnamese spring rolls and summer rolls? - The season 😂😂😂

Facebook
Greyhound Cafe Malaysia
August 11, 2017 ·
What’s the difference between a spring roll and a summer roll?
It’s seasoning!! 😆
#myGreyhoundcafe

Twitter
Culinary Council
@CulinaryCouncil
What’s the difference between #spring rolls and summer rolls? Seasoning.
Check out @ChefTakashi’s prosciutto-shrimp spring rolls #recipe! http://mcys.co/2nGjaQz
12:01 PM · Mar 20, 2018·Sprout Social

Twitter
The Morgue Inn
@TheMorgueInn
What’s the difference between a spring roll and a summer roll?
Seasoning.
On a serious note, have you had our spring rolls yet? Smiling face with heart-shaped eyes
#dublinfoodie #pubfood #irishpub #templeogue
10:24 AM · Mar 23, 2018·Falcon Social Media Management

Twitter
YouFood
@YouFoodSocial
What’s the difference between spring rolls and summer rolls?
SEASONING! Drum
8:01 AM · Apr 5, 2019·Hootsuite Inc.

Twitter
Mylk Guys
@mylkguys
What’s the difference between a Summer Roll and a Spring Roll?????⁣⁣⁣
Seasoning. ⁣⁣⁣
Yummy golden crispy spring rolls from Lucky Foods are here for your Friday night festivities. #rollon⁣
⁣https://mylkguys.com/products/lucky-original-spring-rolls-with-traditional-sauce⁣
#mylkguys #vegan
9:00 PM · Apr 5, 2019·LaterMedia

Reddit—Dadjokes
Posted by u/Louis_T_252 September 5, 2020
What’s the difference between spring rolls and summer rolls?
Seasoning

Twitter
laeni
@skepsmuse
dad joke of the day: what’s the difference between spring rolls and summer rolls? seasoning:D
4:02 PM · Sep 5, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Posted by Barry Popik
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