The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

“And she can cook, too!” reads the head­line of the Des Moines Reg­is­ter, re­fer­ring to Alaska gov­er­nor and 2008 vice-pres­i­den­tial can­di­date Sarah Palin.

As the news­pa­per re­ports, the emer­gence of Mrs. Palin as run­ning mate of Repub­li­can pres­i­den­tial nom­i­nee John McCain “sent jour nal­ists dig­ging through their archives to see what if any­thing they had ever pub­lished about her.

“The first men­tion we can find in the Reg­is­ter of a Sarah Palin from Wasilla, Alaska, was in a June 2002 ar­ti­cle about the ar­rival in Des Moines of Cop­per River sal­mon from Alaska.”

That 2002 story, wouldn’t you know, in­cluded Mrs. Palin’s recipe for Sweet and Saucy Grilled Sal­mon, the tasty se­cret ap­par­ently ly­ing in her mea­sured pours and pinches of brown su­gar, mus­tard, mo­lasses, cin­na­mon, nut­meg, ap­ple cider vine­gar, dried minced onions, dried bell pep­per, and Worces­ter­shire sauce.

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