Friday, October 5, 2007

You can't make this stuff up

Posted By on Fri, Oct 5, 2007 at 4:44 PM

Did the gay escort who brought down Ted Haggard have a visit with Sen. Larry Craig? That's the report.

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But this much is true. Widespread reporting today on Senator Craig's favorite vegetable, the "Super Tuber," in which you hollow out a hole through the middle of an Idaho potato, insert a hot dog, and bake it. It was submitted to a "Congress Cooks" cookbook.

Here's a pictorial of the construction, courtesy of the Foodgoat blog.

The phrase "food porn" is going around. Perhaps this item belongs on our Eat Arkansas blog, where the subjects, though equally tasty, tend to be G-rated.

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