- Preheat oven to 550 degrees F. Grease and flour an 8-inch octagonal pan.
- In a large saucepan, melt 11 brown crayons. Remove from heat, and stir in sugar, eggs, and 1 metric tablespoon bourbon. Beat in 1/3 cup coke, 1/2 cup flour, salt, and baking powder. Spread batter into prepared pan… (more…)
It’s five hundred pieces and it had a picture of puppies on the box. When they finish, they discover that it’s a Thomas Kinkade painting.
Your grandmother did pretty well this year. The addition of peaches to her raspberry pie was inspired. It really surprised and delighted the other judges. Mrs. Wade took the trophy though. Frankly, she just wanted it more. And no, I know what you’re thinking, it had nothing to do with her frequent late night visits to Chris’ suite in the Belmont Hotel. They’re simply working late on important local government projects. No. I don’t know specifically what projects. Look, her pie was good, okay. It was a good pie. Better than your grandmother’s.
Chris and Dan want to assure you that this grill fell right off the back of a truck. That’s why it’s got that dent there. No, no, the propane tank is fine. They’re usually that rusty. No, that’s how you can tell it’s been tested. Oh yeah, we tried it out. We need to know if this is a product we can stand behind. Just a couple squirrels. No biggie.
In this episode Chris and Dan are at odds when their local goat-herder friend finds his livestock mysteriously slaughtered. Chris argues that the dead goats are simply a malicious hoax, a deranged individual, or at worst a cult of some sort. Dan still pushes for the existence of an unknown species, alien invasion or extra-dimensional crossover. In the end, Chris is right. Chris is also the deranged individual.