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If You Like French Onion Soup, You'll LOVE This Sandwich

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    We may have Joy the Baker's infamous "Man Bait" Apple Crisp recipe committed to memory, but it's not the only reason we're loyal to this self-taught dessert maven. Joy's hilariously soulful commentary, undying devotion to butter, and her steadfast belief that cake is a perfectly acceptable breakfast choice is what really keeps us coming back for more.
    We may have Joy the Baker's infamous "Man Bait" Apple Crisp recipe committed to memory, but it's not the only reason we're loyal to this self-taught dessert maven. Joy's hilariously soulful commentary, undying devotion to butter, and her steadfast belief that cake is a perfectly acceptable breakfast choice is what really keeps us coming back for more.

    Sometimes, I can’t tell whether or not I’m doing a good job. I realize this sentence might sound trite and indulgent, and downright silly, but I mean it. Sometimes, I can’t tell.

    I’ve realized that part of the reason I can’t tell what’s going on in the "good job" department is because nothing ever stops anymore. Never. Emails never stop. Twitter rarely slows down. Food ideas keep flowing. And email...did I already mention emails? I used to categorize jobs as "well done," partially because they were, you know, done! Do you remember when things were actually done?

    Click through for the insane recipe!

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