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Four Delicious Words: Atwater Village Cookie Contest
Leave it to the Atwater Village Newbie (at what point are you no longer "new"?) to fill us in on something that we had no clue about.
Not only is our favorite neighborhood on Glendale Blvd. hosting their Street Festival this Sunday, but there's also going to be a freakin HOMEMADE COOKIE CONTEST!
According to the rules (.pdf), if you think you've got what it takes, and baby we know you do, bring your delectables to the 3100 block of Glendale no later than 11:30am. Have a dozen homemade cookies in a disposable container. Also bring your secret recipe!
Categories: Best Classic, Best Taste, Best Decorated, Best Youth Entry (under 14)
So if your cookies ain't all that good, decorate the crap out of them, or pretend your first grader made em. Regardless, BAKE FOR YOUR LIVES!
photo by Tim Morgan via Flickr
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