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Because this recipe isn't yours, you're not going to write it out here? Josh... that is aDORable. What's the internet for, anyway? ;^) As it happens, this very recipe has been published all over the web: it was actually part of promo material sent out in advance of the book. For your many adoring fans and cookie eaters of all ages: here you go!
Toggle Commented Nov 15, 2009 on Ad Hoc Chocolate Cookies at Cooking With Dadda
Best. Cooking show. EVER.
Toggle Commented Nov 15, 2009 on Blueberry Pie at Cooking With Dadda
You're back! How I missed you both. Count me and C among the fans of Pushing Daisies. Very sad to see it go. It was a great show; Christopher liked it especially well... and not just because of Lee Pace! Like you guys, we have given up entirely on Heroes. Suckage on a MASSIVE scale... I only lasted TWO episodes last season. Similarly, we also lasted a couple eps of Fringe, which seemed just plain hokey. It's all about Battlestar and Lost for us now! Other than that, 30 Rock, the Office, SNL and American Experience. Aside from all the cooking shows, I'm still hooked on Intervention and Jon and Kate Plus 8. We have REALLY gotten into watching TV on DVD. Is it time now for us to dive into The Wire or Big Love... or can we bide our time until the next season of Weeds comes out?
Toggle Commented Jan 28, 2009 on Ep 034: We're Back! at Shifting Channels
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A healthy appreciation of Charlie Sheen is something I can, er... appreciate, Sharon! I am more a "Charlie Sheen in Ferris Bueller's Day Off" guy, though. In 2 1/2 Men, it just seemed like a race to see who could be the un-funniest. Speaking of Sheen, that reminds me of the funny funny way they are always referring to his ex-wife's "reality" show on "The Soup." "The show is called 'Denise Richards Colon. It's Complicated," says host Joel McHale, who C'pher and I think is Harold's long-lost brother.
Toggle Commented Jul 25, 2008 on Ep 026: Emmy Goes Mad at Shifting Channels
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Hasn't YouTube been an unending source of nostalia? As we said, it's both good and bad that we can now have instant access to the Banana Splits theme song, or the old Marvel cartoons, or eps of HR Puffinstuff -- but at least we do have it! Thank you, millions of people with nothing better to do than digitize episdoes of Pettycoat Junction! Thank you!
Toggle Commented May 4, 2008 on Ep 017: Dredging Up the Past at Shifting Channels
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Agreed about Locke, Denise... though finally finding out how he was paralyzed and seeing how he handled getting revenge on his bastard of a father was a great moment in the sun for him. Here's to a return to greatness for Locke!
Toggle Commented Apr 25, 2008 on Ep 015: Let's Get Lost at Shifting Channels
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Best. Episode. Ever.
Toggle Commented Apr 19, 2008 on Ep 015: Let's Get Lost at Shifting Channels
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I am finally getting around to hearing this ep... people, you HAVE to see the picture of the pre-felted slipper: It is GIGANTIC in a way that isn't even described with the word GIGANTIC! I totally want a pair of these. Amazing!
Toggle Commented Mar 8, 2008 on Episode 39: Felt me at Stash and Burn
HO-kay... just got through listening to your Pilot episode (get it?) and wow! So so great, dudes. I have like a page full of notes! Nic... I also used to be hooked on many soap operas, but I was addicted to TV waaay before that, getting up at 6 am on Saturdays just to watch G-Force (aka Battle of the Planets). I tend to jump on TV trends late, but when I'm in, I'm in with a vengance. Witness my love affair with Star Trek: I didn't start watching TNG until, like, season 4 or so, but after that I was OBSESSED, taping (yes -- TAPING) any and all Trek shows I could get from TV. Why? I can't say... but that is the nature of collecting! When I moved across town I got rid of nearly 3 paper grocery sacks FULL of episodes of Trek incarnations, some of them with reception so snowy you'd think they were filmed at the North Pole. Good thing that Dad on Craigslist wanted them for free! This comment is getting embarassingly long. You cats need to get this up on iTunes so I can listen to you properly instead of while I'm trying to work! Great show. And PS: Jericho rocks. Season 2 premire tomorrow night (2/13)! Nuts!
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Despite my unnatural hatred of TV, I will be sure not to miss a blessed episode of this excellent new-ish podcast. And who am I kidding. I love TV. Except every show on E! but "The Soup," of course. Those I really do hate.
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I hate this sweater! Just kidding! It is, of course, lovely. the top-back is particularly cool. And the buttons are great, too!
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2007 on Giant Baby Sweater at Jenny Check
Scarf #2 is my favorite... I can see why you guys always go on about Artfibers. Gorgeous!
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2007 on vintage velvet II at Jenny Check
I agree with Nicole... where is that hottie Keanu? Also, that place must have some freaky mirrors because I totally saw two of that one guy.
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2007 on The Lake House at Jenny Check
Bulky is beautiful! Rasta-Jenny... live up!
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2007 on The Knitting at the Lake House at Jenny Check
I cannot believe we don't get a complete run-down of what the heck each of these concotions was. I like the idea of tasting 25 different dishes, but the presentation is a bit too too for me. I prefer a no-nonsense approach.
I love seeing the name "Lisa Souza" spelled out after having heard it on your podcast so much. I kept thinking it was one word1
Toggle Commented Apr 25, 2007 on another hat... at Jenny Check
If someone as good at math as you can't figure that out, then it's official: I will NEVER be able to learn to knit. I have to stick to baking!
Toggle Commented Apr 25, 2007 on Lotus Blossom Tank at Jenny Check