Ballot Box Cookie Tin

by The Editors
Print Email

ballotcookie2.jpgThe 2008 Presidential Election is only 3 weeks away and we know everyone is in an emotional tizzy about the potential results. No matter what side you're on, this election is a must win.

In an effort to add a little sweetness to the proceedings and help shape the futures of others, we wanted to share with you these adorable Ballot Box cookies handmade by the Lower Eastside Girls Club.

ballotcookies.jpgThis organization is dedicated to providing a safe place where economically disadvantaged girls and young women can grow, learn, have fun, and develop confidence in themselves and their ability to make a difference in the world. Plus, they make adorable treats. 

Since cookies are just made to be eaten, they have made their voter awareness sweets to appeal to both parties. So, you can support your candidate and a good cause all at the same time, providing your party a win-win on Election Day.

Order today...

Add comment


Security code
Refresh

 

restaurant news

Coco Lezzone
Italy
by Steve Zaillian

steve_zaillian.jpg The first time I ate at Coco Lezzone in Florence, it was at the invitation of film producer Dino De Laurentiis, who knows a thing or two about Italian cooking:

(1) He created the gourmet...

Read more...
Little Beast Comes to Eagle Rock
Los Angeles
by Lisa Dinsmore

littlebeastmenuI really needed a night out. Life has been conspiring against us lately, but it could be worse. Tired of being homebound and cooking three meals a day, I was desperate for a a little culinary...

Read more...
Now Everybody do the ZaZa
Italy
by Libby Segal

ImageWhen I first heard the phrase “ZaZa,” I thought it might have referred to some strange dance move created decades ago, possibly performed by the Tracy Turnblad character, played by Ricki Lake, in...

Read more...
The Waffle House
Southern States
by Ann Nichols

sign.jpg The Waffle House is sort of the unofficial flower of the Southern Interstate exit. Driving North from the Gulf Coast on I-65 for the past two years, I have seen the yellow signs blossoming in...

Read more...