Wily Fox…

September 9th

The recipe for a smelly, heaving first community dinner in Colorado?

Take one crock of green chile, a dozen peanut butter cookies, a large green salad, a couple bottles of wine and fridge of beer, and a handful of friends who say nice things like, “Hey! It smells great in here!”

Crock Pot Green Chile

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One stinky woodland animal who had apparently had chorizo for lunch and couldn’t find the forest pharmacy for some Pepto

 

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a house full of giant, energized, curious dogs who in a moment of horrible judgment decided to teach that sick fox/raccoon/unicorn a lesson by rolling around in the mess 2 minutes after guests arrived.

Peanut butter pumpkin

Stinky, poopy dogs run back into the kitchen. Guests begin gagging. Night takes a very — let’s say interesting — turn.

From Sheila's garden

Dear Woodland Animals,

I realize I’ve introduced a new killer to your territory. This is not the way keep me from adopting yet another version, only bigger. Also? Get out of my garden! And consider seeing a gastroenterologist. Geez.

~K

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6 Responses

  1. Holy crow. I don’t even know what to say. I’m so sorry.

  2. I’m laughing out loud. Animals sure have a way of keeping us humble, don’t they?

  3. Well, at least you’ve started quite the tradition there in Denver and a dinner not to be forgotten.

  4. Despite the poop, the chili was awesome! Good night.

  5. I want one of those PB cokies Right. Now.

    • cookies. Oiy. (And, I had to read your post twice to make sure I read it right…Gross and funny at the same time.)

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