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Glitter, Glue and Gluttony: Washington’s Drunken Gummy Cherries Recipe

Looking for a way to celebrate President’s Day? Having a bunch of people over to reenact the crossing of the Delaware? If so, you need to make Washington’s Drunken Gummy Cherries!!!

What you will need:

Russian Standard Vodka (or any good vodka that doesn’t have a strong flavor)

Haribo Gummy Cherries

A glass dish or container

Plastic wrap

Place the gummy cherries in the glass dish. I used a 9x11 Pyrex baking dish because the cherries can be spread out in a single layer, but you can use any glass bowl, dish, or container.

Add Russian Standard Vodka

Completely cover the cherries and make sure there is an extra inch or two of vodka in the dish. These gummy cherries absorb a great deal of vodka.

Cover with plastic wrap and place in refrigerator for 4-5 days. Make sure to stir every 8-12 hours and add more vodka if needed. Remember you cannot use too much vodka because any vodka left in the dish will be delicious gummy cherry flavored vodka.

4-5 days later you will have delicious and boozy gummy cherries.

WORD OF WARNING: These gummy cherries absorb a great deal of alcohol so tread lightly and imbibe slowly.

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I can’t believe I ate the whole thing…well, actually I can.

Last week I saw this 7 patty Whopper on the web and absolutely had to have one.
Unfortunately they are only available in Japan. Knowing that Burger King’s slogan is “have it your way,” we took a trip to our local BK (Saugus, CA) and asked them to make us one. We caused quite a stir in the place (I guess we were the first people to want 7 hamburger patties on 1 burger…go figure) but they happily made us our Windows 7 Whopper. They even delivered it to our table!

It looked just as good, and big, as it did in the picture!

And to top off the wonderful experience, one of my pictures was later featured on the LA Weekly foodblog:

Oh, and yeah, I really ate the whole thing!

The Windows 7 Whopper cost a little under $15.00. The experience…priceless!

Link to an article about the Windows 7 Whopper:

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