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Almond Biscotti Iced Coffee Cocktail

by Dripbr5_main

This Almond Biscotti Iced Coffee Cocktail is truly a masterpiece. Cool iced coffee is spiked with bourbon and amaretto, and finished off with a creamy almond milk. Perfect with a crunchy piece of biscotti on the side.


  • 2 ounces bourbon
  • 1 ounce amaretto
  • 8 ounces cold Drip Brew Coffee
  • almond milk cream


  1. In a glass filled with ice, add bourbon, amaretto and cold Drip Brew coffee.
  2. Top with a splash of almond milk cream.
  3. Serve with biscotti, for the complete experience.

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Blueberry Cheesecake


YIELD: Serves 10 to 12
For crust
2 1/3 cups graham cracker crumbs
1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, melted
1/4 cup sugar
For filling
4 8-ounce packages cream cheese, room temperature
1 1/2 cups sugar
1/4 cup all purpose flour
5 large eggs
1 16-ounce container sour cream
1/4 cup milk
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
For topping
1/3 cup all-fruit blueberry spread
2 6-ounce baskets fresh blueberries or 12-ounce package frozen blueberries, thawed, drained

Make crust:
Position rack in center of oven and preheat to 375°F. Wrap outside of 10-inch-diameter springform pan with heavy-duty foil. Combine all ingredients in processor. Blend using on/off turns just until crumbs are moist. Press crumb mixture firmly onto bottom and 2 inches up sides of prepared pan. Bake until crust begins to brown, about 8 minutes. Transfer crust to rack and cool. Maintain oven temperature.
Make filling:
Using electric mixer, beat cream cheese and sugar in large bowl until will blended. Beat in flour. Add eggs 1 at a time, beating just until combined. Beat in sour cream, milk and vanilla. Pour filling into crust.
Place springform pan in large roasting pan. Pour enough hot water into roasting pan to come 1 inch up sides of pan. Bake cheesecake until just set in center and top is slightly puffed and golden brown, about 1 hour. Turn off oven; keep door closed. Let cheesecake stand in oven 1 hour. Remove cheesecake from roasting pan. Refrigerate until cold, at least 6 hours. Cover; refrigerate overnight.
Make topping:

Stir blueberry spread in large skillet over low heat until melted. Remove from heat. Add blueberries; toss to coat. Spoon blueberry mixture over top of cake, spreading evenly. Chill until cold, at least 1 hour and up to 4 hours.

Run small sharp knife around sides of cake to loosen. Release pan sides. Transfer cake to platter. Cut into wedges.

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The Unknown Comic (Murray Langston) “In and Out of the Bag”

“The Unknown Comic” is the stage name adopted by Canadian actor and stand-up comic Murray Langston, best known for his comic performances on The Gong Show, in which he usually appeared with a paper bag over his head. source

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 “Eminem gets pranked lol” 

 “Eminem gets pranked lol” 
Here’s. what it is all about: Punk’d is an American hidden camera-practical joke reality television series that first aired on MTV in 2003 and was created by Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg, and produced and hosted by Ashton Kutcher. It bore a resemblance to both the classic hidden camera show Candid Camera and to TV’s Bloopers & Practical Jokes, which also featured pranks on celebrities. Being “punk’d” referred to being the victim of such a prank.

The series finale aired on MTV on May 29, 2007. The series culminated in early June with the Punk’d Awards.

After a five-year hiatus, the series was revived with a March 29, 2012 premiere. The revived series was hosted by different celebrity guests each week. The ninth season ended on June 7, 2012.

On May 25, 2013, Katalyst Media stated that a tenth season was in development. As of May 2014 no information has been released regarding the 10th season.


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“Fahad Albutairi ” Standup Comedian

Life and career
Fahad Albutairi was born in Khobar, Saudi Arabia. Albutairi began performing stand-up comedy as a student at the University of Texas at Austin, from which he graduated in December 2007. His first material dealt with his identity as a Saudi foreign student studying in post-9/11 America. He considers his real start to have been at the open mic nights at local comedy clubs in Austin. His debut as a stand-up comedian in the Arab World was on October 2, 2008, opening for Ahmed Ahmed and Maz Jobrani in Bahrain alongside a host of other local comedians as part of the Axis of Evil Comedy Tour.

Since then, he has shared the stage with the likes of Gabriel Iglesias, Sebastian Maniscalco, Bobby Lee, Erik Griffin, Dean Edwards, Angelo Tsarouchas, Aron Kader and Dean Obeidallah. Albutairi performs regularly in Saudi Arabia. Although he was initially worried about how audiences in Saudi Arabia might receive stand-up comedy, his first performance in Saudi Arabia was in Riyadh in February 2009, which attracted over 1,200 audience members. On November 3, 2009, Albutairi was chosen out of 65 English-speaking contestants as the winner of the “Be a Part of the Amman Stand-up Comedy Festival 2009” Contest.

On March 18, 2010, Fahad Albutairi took part in Yemen’s first-ever stand-up comedy showcase along with fellow Saudi comedians Khalid Khalifa and Ibraheem Alkhairallah and Arab-American comedian Ahmed Ahmed. He also took part in the “New Faces of Arab Comedy” showcase at the 2010 New York Arab-American Comedy Festival and was one of the “New Faces” to be chosen for the “Best of the Fest” night of the festival.

In March 2013, both The Washington Post and The National named Fahad Albutairi the “Seinfeld of Saudi Arabia.” Fahad was also chosen to be on the panel of judges for the largest online stand-up comedy competition in the region, “The Kit Kat Comedy Break Show.”

On January 15, 2016, Fahad Albutairi performed at the Hollywood Laugh Factory with Maz Jobrani, Tony Rock, Steve Hofstetter and many others. He was the first Saudi professional stand-up comedian to perform at the Laugh Factory.


“Rehman & Friends show 3 Fahad Albutairi”

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“Funniest Foster Brooks bit “

Brooks regularly appeared on The Dean Martin Show television program in the 1970s (for which he garnered an Emmy Award nomination in 1974) as well as many situation comedies, talk shows, and a few films.

His signature routine was the basis of a hit comedy album titled Foster Brooks, The Lovable Lush (later retitled Los Angeles Earthquake), released in the early 1970s. As his “Lovable Lush” character, Brooks usually portrayed a conventioneer who had had a few too many drinks — not falling-down drunk, but inebriated enough to mix up his words and burp to comedic delight. Brooks is most affectionately remembered for his appearances on The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast during the 1970s, where he roasted other comedians, such as Don Rickles, Johnny Carson[6] and Lucille Ball,or serious personalities such as author Truman Capote[8] or consumer activist Ralph Nader.

Brooks drew upon his own battles with alcohol for his act. During his period of greatest fame, Brooks rarely drank.[10] Of giving up drinking to win a bet in 1964, Brooks said, “A fellow made me a $10 bet I couldn’t quit, and I haven’t had a drink since. At the time I needed the $10.”[10]

He would occasionally make cameo appearances in which his character was perfectly sober, such as his appearance in a 1968 episode of Adam-12 playing a strait-laced citizen who tries to get out of a parking ticket by dropping the name of an officer senior to the main characters. He also played the character Harry Sachs in a 1969 episode of Adam-12 in which he performed as a highly intoxicated man standing in the middle of a street, waving his suit jacket at oncoming traffic, as if he were a bullfighter. In a later Adam-12 episode, he plays a stoned man, stopped for erratic driving, who tries to hide the burning marijuana “joint” in his suit’s front pocket. In a more serious Adam-12 appearance, he portrayed a drunken driver who killed another driver in an accident on Christmas Eve.

On the comedy series Green Acres in the 1969 episode “Economy Flight to Washington”, Brooks’ boozy, bobble-headed character meets and befriends the pig Arnold Ziffel in a hotel bar. In the scene, ostensibly through the haze of alcohol, Brooks mistakes the anthropomorphic pig for a US Air Force lieutenant, since the animal is sitting on a barstool and is wearing a white leather aviator’s cap, goggles, and a red scarf. Brooks acted again on Green Acres in 1969, this time giving a “sober” performance as Charlie Williams, a chemist, in the episode “The Milk Maker.” The following year he returned to his whiskey-soaked persona on the television western The High Chaparral. Brooks asked Dean Martin to join his group “Alcoholics Unanimous”, a play on Alcoholics Anonymous. He boasted he and Martin were charter members of the DUI (Driving Under the Influence) Hall of Fame.

In 1979, Brooks appeared in the film The Villain as a bank clerk.

Public sensibilities had changed regarding alcoholics and public drunkenness by the 1980s, so Brooks moved away from his drunken character. In 1983, Brooks appeared in the film Cannonball Run II with comedians Louis Nye and Sid Caesar as fishermen in a rowboat. He had a recurring role as Mr. Sternhagen, Mindy’s boss on Mork & Mindy. His name was a moniker on a Louisville celebrity golf tournament benefiting Kosair Charities. Brooks was a Shriner and member of the Al Malaikah Shriners, Los Angeles. He also made occasional guest appearances on TV shows in which he would demonstrate his singing voice.

Brooks’ last performance was at a celebrity roast in Las Vegas for Zsa Zsa Gabor.


“Funniest Foster Brooks bit on Dean Martin Roast of Don Rickles”


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Henry Cho Standup Comedian

Henry Cho (born December 30, 1962) is an American stand-up comedian. His work can be heard nationwide several times weekly on XM Radio‘s Channel 151, Laugh USA, Sirius Radio‘s Blue Collar Radio Channel 103, and Pandora Radio‘s PG Comedy Radio Channel. Cho is notable for being one of the only Asian acts to appear regularly on the Grand Ole Opry.

Henry Cho On Ferguson show

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