My Bitchin’ Valentine & The Vikings are here! 

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My Bitchin’ Valentine
Valentine’s Day rivals Halloween for candy consumption. So for this Valoween, give the bitch her chocolate. Easy, now: Those are the words of Ed Polish and Darren Wotz, not I. Give the Bitch Her Chocolate ($12.95) is a spiral-bound (with slipcase) funhouse of kitschy, vintage illustrations accompanied by delicious quotes like, “If it fits in a toaster, I can cook it,” and “Step away from the fridge, lardass.”

Loaded with circa 1955 Ozzie and Harriet domestic bliss artwork, Give the Bitch Her Chocolate is a sassy alternative to Godiva and Victoria’s Secret. Keep this quote in mind for V-Day: “If we are what we eat, I’m fast, cheap and easy.”

The Vikings are here!
Wanna be the next Iron Chef? The next Rachael Ray? The next Mario Batali? Kimball Distributing can help.

The Viking Cooking School was recently launched at Kimball Distributing (, featuring a cooking facility equipped with highperformance Viking appliances, cutlery and cookware. The public is invited to attend the hands-on Viking cooking school classes, which are taught by professional chefs. Recipes used in the classes are designed to be re-created at home, whether you own a Viking range or not. One hundred fifty guests attended the cooking school kickoff, according to culinary director Cathie Mooers. There are classes to appeal to expert cooks and novices alike, including topics like Turkish Meze, Girls’ Night Out in Little Havana, Southern Italian Dinner Party and Sustainable Meats Workshop. Call 801-464-0113 to obtain a 2009 course catalog and more information about the Viking Cooking School. Kimball Distributing is located at 2233 S. 300 East.

Quote of the week: Save the Earth. It’s our only source of chocolate.

—From Give the Bitch Her Chocolate

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