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), simply referred to as Stefon, is a character played by Bill Hader on Saturday Night Live who appeared as the New York City correspondent for Weekend Update with Seth Meyers, created by Hader and former SNL writer John Mulaney.Meyers introduced Stefon as a guide who knows all about New York and asks him for tips on essential destinations and events for visitors.Hader, on late-night TV interviews, said that this happens with such frequency because changes are often made to the script up until the live show, and frequently Hader doesn't see the final cue cards until the live broadcast.As a result, some of the more outrageous things that Stefon says are relatively or completely new to Hader.

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Etta James had a pop and R&B record chart hit with "Spoonful" in 1961, and it was popularized in the late 1960s by the British rock group Cream.Entries must be “original” (as it were) and previously unpublished.Surface mail entries should be submitted on index cards, the sentence on one side and the entrant's name, address, and phone number on the other.Sadly, the name of real inventor of the sandwich (be it inventive cook or the creative consumer) was not recorded for posterity.Recipes for sandwiches were not immediately forthcoming in cookbooks. In England they were (at first) considered restaurant fare. Many colonial cooks in the last half of the 18th century were not especially fond of imitating British culinary trends. Probably..likely, though you will be hard pressed to find solid evidence. This is what the food historians have to say: "The bread-enclosed convenience food known as the "sandwich" is attributed to John Montagu, fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718-1792), a British statesman and notorious profligate and gambler, who is said to be the inventor of this type of food so that he would not have to leave his gaming table to take supper.

Etta James had a pop and R&B record chart hit with "Spoonful" in 1961, and it was popularized in the late 1960s by the British rock group Cream.Entries must be “original” (as it were) and previously unpublished.Surface mail entries should be submitted on index cards, the sentence on one side and the entrant's name, address, and phone number on the other.Sadly, the name of real inventor of the sandwich (be it inventive cook or the creative consumer) was not recorded for posterity.Recipes for sandwiches were not immediately forthcoming in cookbooks. In England they were (at first) considered restaurant fare. Many colonial cooks in the last half of the 18th century were not especially fond of imitating British culinary trends. Probably..likely, though you will be hard pressed to find solid evidence. This is what the food historians have to say: "The bread-enclosed convenience food known as the "sandwich" is attributed to John Montagu, fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718-1792), a British statesman and notorious profligate and gambler, who is said to be the inventor of this type of food so that he would not have to leave his gaming table to take supper."I have not gotten through a single Stefon update without breaking," Hader says.