Pass the lingonberry sauce, please; lots of it

No thanks, I’ll just have the white fish preserved in lye and cooked to the consistency of jelly: Ikea, the Scandinavian furniture giant, has pulled its Swedish meatballs from store shelves in Europe because of evidence the meatballs may contain horse meat.

However, in those countries where eating horse is socially acceptable, Ikea said it would continue to sell the meatballs under the name, Trïggür.

Ask a Geoduck: Those planning to grow marijuana when the state begins legally selling pot won’t be able to ask a local master gardener or county extension agent for advice on growing cannabis. The extension offices run by Washington State University are federally funded and by law can’t coach pot growers.

Besides, what would a WSU Cougar know about growing pot? You want to talk to somebody from The Evergreen State College.

I am Joe’s colon: With the goal of educating the public about colorectal cancer, a nonprofit group is bringing a 20-foot-long inflatable, walk-through model of a human colon to Everett Mall. The giant colon shows examples of healthy tissue, polyps and various stages of colorectal cancer.

A reminder: If you see black light posters and Insane Clown Posse T-shirts for sale, you are not touring the Super Inflatable Colon; you are inside Spencer Gifts.

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