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Friday, December 5, 2014

Thank You, Internet: Peppermint Eggnog Fudge and Wes Anderson presents 'Star Wars'

Posted By on Fri, Dec 5, 2014 at 12:38 PM

The week after a short work week seems sooooooo long, amirite? Good news, though! It's Friday! We've collected some of our favorite links from around the Internet to help you count down the minutes:


1. This fudge is the best of all holiday flavors all wrapped up into one heavenly bite: peppermint, eggnog and a little bit of chocolate to top it off. And bonus: It seems relatively simple to make. Get the recipe at the Sweet Chick, make 'em and let us know how they turn out!




2. Everyone is going nutso-gaga over the new Star Wars trailer. It looks great and all, but we're thinking it'd be better if it were directed by indie darling Wes Anderson. The above trailer just drives that point home. 


3. Art Basel is happening in Miami right this second. If you can't make it down south this weekend, take a look through our gallery from last's years spectacle. Next week, we'll have pics up on our brand new website from this year's art extravaganza. 


4. If having your meal delivered by a real, live person is just too 2000 and late, you might want to hop on a plane to Abu Dhabi. They've got a new restaurant called ROGO's where your meal is delivered via roller coaster. And if ordering from a person is just too much human interaction, you can skip all that nonsense and just order via tablet. 



5. These are some of the cutest burritos you'll never eat. 


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