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Aimee Levitt
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Aimee Levitt is associate editor of The Takeout.
Jan 8
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I’m sad to report that this was not real. Still the best joke of the day, though.

Jan 8
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That does sound bizarre, but also completely delightful. I’ve never been to Austria, but when I do, I’ll have to check out a Tchibo store (after gorging myself on pastry).

Jan 5
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Oh, bless you! And thank you for letting me know before it disappears!

Dec 29
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There’s enough tartness so you should be able to identify it as raspberry instead of strawberry. (I have to admit, it’s not my favorite.)

Dec 15
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I am told “lat-kah” is more correct, but it’s my instinct to say “lat-key.” ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Dec 2
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Thank you for the Canadian geography lesson. I will never make that mistake again, and I will lord my knowledge over my fellow Yanks.

Dec 2
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Apologies, Canadians. That was my clumsy way of saying I’ve not seen anyone yet from the Northwest Territories, Yukon, or Nunavut.

Dec 1
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Well, yes, Haagen Dazs is both the gateway and the cold standard. But it doesn’t help you stay awake at work.

Nov 13
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I was with the Reader! And yes, I remember Julia’s eggnog experiments. They were fascinating and also terrifying. I hope you enjoy the pear gingerbread and mashed potatoes.

Nov 12
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Only when he’s squeezed between two couch cushions, but that doesn’t happen very often and he doesn’t stay put.

Oct 27
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No, because eggs aren’t dairy. (Though I’m sure there’s some record of a rabbinical argument about it somewhere.)