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FoxTrot by Bill Amend for December 20, 2015

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  almost 6 years ago

    how genius of you, Jason

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    skeeterhawk  almost 6 years ago

    If I recall correctly, Jason once made gingerbread men in Star Trek uniforms, and Paige asked why they were all in red. His reply was to ‘munch, munch, munch’ them. Maybe that wasn’t too long ago?

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    jessica  almost 6 years ago

    The hair. ;)

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    P51Strega  almost 6 years ago

    “ginger” is a slang term for a red haired person (note the orange icing), and since red heads often have freckles, he added the chocolate chips.

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    David Partlow Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    …or…? is that cayenne pepper sprinkles?

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    Adiraiju  almost 6 years ago

    That’s… actually, that’s brilliant, Jason, and for once, it doesn’t backfire on anyone!

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    jedicharlie57  almost 6 years ago

    but … but.. Star Wars came out this week, I expected Jason to be talking about it. Maybe next week

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    wvrr  almost 6 years ago

    Am I the only person who has hated the taste of ginger his whole life? Hated in 1945 – hate it today.

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    Stephen Gilberg  almost 6 years ago

    For once, Jason and Paige are both happy.

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    kab2rb  almost 6 years ago

    Never thought of using chocolate sprinkles or drops on ginger bread cookies. For me limited on chocolate.

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    ellisaana Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    This year, we are making Ninja bread (with martial arts cookie cutters) I’m adding cardamon to the recipe for a little extra punch.

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    Barnabus Blackoak  almost 6 years ago

    measles, not freckles.

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    Sheila Hardie  almost 6 years ago

    Only a ginger can call another ginger ginger.

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    Elisabunny  almost 6 years ago

    @Kab Buch Egg nog doesn’t have ginger in it- that’s nutmeg.

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    Dewsolo  almost 6 years ago

    My favorite of Jason’s holiday baking was his gingerbread House (complete with a cane and a couple of Vicodin)

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    Kev_a_Swing_Dancer Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    I think context has a major affect on what spices we like. I didn’t understand horseradish until I was visiting a woman’s house who had some thin sliced roast beef and offered me horseradish to go with it. I told her I’d never had it and she proceeded to tell me about the horseradish nose orgasm and guided me to the theretofore unimaginable experience.

    When I was in high school I worked as a dishwasher at a sort-of restaurant with a banquet room where I got to indulge in quite a few real Crème de Menthe parfaits on lucky days. The “parfait” was then lodged in my mind as a very great thing.

    Later, after college and moving to Boston, I liked a restaurant where the only ice cream desert was a ginger parfait. The parfait (“perfect”) nomenclature had me trying my best to find enjoyment in it. When I don’t remember that failed effort, I think I remember liking ginger. I do enjoy gingerbread this time of year, but I know with enough sugar, almost anything can be entertaining.

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    peanutsbomb  almost 6 years ago

    is that a harry potter joke or am i getting potteritis?

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    jimboylan  almost 6 years ago

    I thought that the joke on Paige would be that the “chocolate” freckles were strong ginger.

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    Kidcrumpet3  almost 5 years ago

    Uuuhhhhhmmmm

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    phoenixnyc  11 days ago

    Well, Jason’s ginger cookies are definitely not soul food.

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