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Monday, November 27, 2006

It’s in the Weekly, Dawg

posted by on November 27 at 17:15 PM

From Voracious, the Weekly’s food blog:

Our first digital recon has resulted in a tasty recipe for chocolate & cherry cookies from local blogger the Accidental Hedonist. They look scrumptious, and the devilish voice inside me wants to recommend that you enjoy them with a warm, spicy mug of Gløgg, the Swedish Christmas beverage that’ll make your house smell like Kris Kringle’s workshop (recipe below the jump).

Two holiday parties in the can for me, and at each of them I served a particularly potent version of Gløgg alongside my own signature holiday cookies—orange/cranberry/oatmeal, suckas! Eat ‘em and weep, they’re so delicious. Like every worthy holiday consumable, they’re NOT good for you, and this batch makes 48. The Hedonist’s Kate Hopkins worries that making an excess amount of cookies is the first step down the path of wearing Cosby Christmas Sweatahs without irony. Ms. Hopkins, I feel you, but I salute your taste in cookies. I think puff paint is a ways off for both of us yet.

“Suckas”? “Sweatahs”? “I FEEL YOU”?

Wait - I forgot. The Weekly’s the BLACK newsweekly. My bad, yo.

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Stop already. It's embarrassing to prop the dead thing up just to knock it down again. Let it expire in peace.

Posted by wf | November 27, 2006 5:28 PM

I blame Rachel Ray!

Posted by Jim Demetre | November 27, 2006 11:09 PM

Whatever, Erica. The Weekly's about as black as John Kerry.

Posted by Gomez | November 28, 2006 9:22 AM

I hear Rachel Shimp and Mike Seely dress completely in FUBU gear. West Edge representin'!

Posted by J.R. | November 28, 2006 10:37 AM

Ask an Uptight Seattleite is brilliant, though. A well-deserved bitchslap in the face of this land of the Smuglodytes. Dawg.

Posted by CURTIS E. FLUSH | November 28, 2006 1:46 PM

Wow, you must read SW cover to cover, and all their blogs post by post, to find this stuff. Or do you each have a beat?

Posted by underfed | November 29, 2006 9:54 PM

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