We received a huge package containing every American variety of Oreo. And so we tasted all of them. Yup, what a life.
Carey took on the task of building an Oreo tower. Because you can't not do that when you have so many Double Stuf Oreos at your fingertips.
Just need a few more creme patties...
Okay, that's enough
That's what a stack of 50 Double Stuf fillings looks like.
Alas, it didn't hold up on its own.
Behold, the Tot Monster. It's a bit distressed.
National managing editor and oat enthusiast Erin Zimmer met with a representative from the Irish food boards to discuss oats. Thanks to Ireland's temperate weather, they grow the plumpest, happiest oats.
What happens when you stick gummy penguin candies in a jar with gin overnight? Their tummies swell with gin! Erin shared her infusion project with us. Much cuter than jello shots.
Having a dog in the office provides a great excuse for taking a break. Carey stepped away from her computer for a few minutes to give Yuba some attention.
"I want the meat give me the meat"
Yuba gave off a bit of a snarl as Robyn dangled a small piece of ham above her head.
"I am so close to the meat I can almost taste it"
"SO VERY CLOSE"
Licking those chops
"Is that for me?"
Every once in a while Yuba walks over to give a bug-eyed, tilt-headed, half-snarly stare towards the kitchen.
A whole lot of olive salad
How much olive salad do you need to make 1,000 servings of muffuletta for the Sweetlife Festival? Try eight gallons. Now that's a lot of olives...
A whole lot of meat
Not only did Salumeria Biellese provide the meat for those 1,000 servings of muffuletta, they also lent a truck to transport it in.