Oregon Wines, Hold the Mayo and Boy Bait in Today's Eater's Digest
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Wine Down Wednesday
Join Morton's Steakhouse in Scottsdale for Wine Down Wednesday. Every Third Wednesday of the month, Morton's invites you to come by and enjoy their signature hors d'oeuvres and sample wines from different parts of the country. This month they are featuring wines from Oregon and it only costs $15 per person.
Please Hold the Mayo
Joy L. Cassidy apparent has a bone to pick with the library. Monday, Boise Idaho police arrested 74-year-old Cassidy after she was caught dumping a jar mayonnaise into the Ada County library's drive-up book drop box. Cassidy is also suspected of at least 10 other condiment-related crimes dating back to May 2009.
Cassidy has since been released from jail but faces a misdemeanor charge of malicious injury to property. Wonder if they'll beat her with the Miracle Whip as punishment?
These days "boy bait" has more to do with beer and strippers then how well you can bake a cake, but in 1954 things were a little less, err, sleazy? A 15-year-old girl entered this recipe for Blueberry Boy Bait in the 1954 Pillsbury Bake-off contest and stated that she chose the name because when boys took one bite, they were hooked. Try making your own boy bait and let us know if it works.
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