July 11, 2004

BAKEOFF!

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Who's it gonna be? Farm Fresh Oatmeal & Chocolate or Olde Pumpkin Spice?

THEY BAKE, YOU DECIDE! Laura Bush and the highly hyphenated Teresa Heinz-Kerry have both submitted their cookie recipies to Family Circle. The magazine has made them available at: Family Circle Presents: 2004 Election Cookie Cookoff (AKA The Hillary Rodham Clinton I Don't Got to Bake You No Steenkin' Cookies Memorial).

You head to the page and you imagine, or perhaps you actually bake, the cute little morsels.

Then you savor either the rich chewy goodness of robust oatmeal slathered with moist and meltingly sweet tang of the finest chocolate chunks, or the sharp, sophisticated tang of strange French tasting spices rammed unremittingly into the dank goo of old pumpkin.

Then you make you unbiased vote at the site for First Lady Laura Bush's heavenly American creations, or Lucky Widow and Wannabe Teresa Heinz Kerry's appeasement wafers.

I've already made my choice but I won't say which in order not to color the results.

Remember: Vote early and vote often.

Posted by Vanderleun at July 11, 2004 2:06 PM
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I would be afraid to try Mrs Kerry's treat,like her husband who knows if she's telling the truth about what's in it.Tomorrow,depending on where the campaign is headed ,and what needs to be said to get elected,she may call her cookies a meatloaf dinner,and the mainstream media will say it's delicious!

Posted by: Patty at July 11, 2004 5:22 PM

WHY did Family Circle's photographer insist that Teresa H-K wear a bozo nose for her snapshot? For a minute I thought it was Ed MacMahan in drag.

Posted by: slimedog at July 12, 2004 10:21 AM

I think the pumpkin cookie recipe would've been better without the two cups of ketchup.

Posted by: Bryan C at July 14, 2004 10:23 AM