I learned to say smurf in Spanish this week, and I think it will come in handy on the first day of class this year. When used as a verb, the word “Smurf” typically means “to make,” “to be,” “to laugh,” or “to do.” When a word is replaced in a statement, that same replacement is made in every repetition of it, even by other Smurfs: as an example, the statement “A dragon that breathes fire” becomes “A smurf that smurfs smurf”, no matter which Smurf says it. -wikipedia In the mean time, I am the kitchen pitufa. I made one of our favorite dishes from The Liberty Bar. It has a whole cone of piloncillo. This is a solid cone of dried sugar…