I am a chocolate chip cookie lover, I eat them for breakfast and as a side dish and appetizer for many other meals whenever I have a batch. I was on a constant quest to find the perfect chocolate chip cookie and the first bite I had of Bobs Cookies blew my fracking mind. Perfectly crisp, salty, sweet and they have a very complex airy texture that's simply exquisite. I don't know how he does it. I'm thinking of asking for a monthly subscription to these cookies. The only bad thing about Bobs Cookies is that I know at some point, like all things, they will come to an end. Hopefully that's not for a very long time!
Alfajores! If I could make an upside down exclamation point I would! I hope this is a signal that the bakery culture is being resurrected. A lot of people hate on bread, but I think it's because they've never had good bread. Good bread has no carbs, or calories, just a divinely airy pulp encased in a crispy, chewy crust. There's a reason it's considered the body of Christ.
The only real rat in this story is Zimmer.
I'm really gonna miss their turkey dinner ladled with electric-yellow gravy, complete with 3 pounds of mashed potatoes and a small bowl of fresh from the can green beans. It was my favorite blue plate special EVER. Rest in peace....
I think the lack of focus in Midtown is one of the major pins holding the city back. As it stands St. Petersburg is comprised of two cities -- south side and everywhere else. I'd like to see that change. Great interview!
I think nuclear power is too risky, no matter how safe it has become. When it works, great. When it fails -- 10,000+ years of toxic landscape, cancer patients, and three eyed fish. There's too much to lose. After one look at a mushroom cloud it shouldn't take a genius to realize that we're in over our heads with nuclear technology. There's got to be a better way.
Interesting, so it looks like the Lens is the one...it was my favorite, too. I guess it makes sense to have the council decide instead of the public, saves time and whatnot. Not sure how they'll really let the public "be heard" though. What else would need to be said or decided on that the public could add?
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