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Old 12-15-2013, 07:13 PM   #21
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Those are surprisingly good, aren't they?
I pick them up once now and then. I like them because I can control the number of cookies that come into the house and still enjoy the smell of fresh baked cookies. No dishes to wash, how bad is that?
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:21 PM   #22
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Open face hot chicken sandwiches with green peas a fresh chocolate chip cookies for a sweet
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:26 PM   #23
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At least grab a package or two of cookie dough from the refrigerated section of the grocery store!

How do those square lumps of dough know they are supposed to become round when they bake?
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Those are surprisingly good, aren't they?
Say what?
I've never seen them. Are they by the frozen peas and corn? That's the only time I stroll through the frozen foods. When I am looking for the peas and corn
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:26 PM   #24
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Pan-fried pork chops, stuffing, and applesauce. Maybe some steamed green beans if I have enough energy.
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:27 PM   #25
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Say what?
I've never seen them. Are they by the frozen peas and corn? That's the only time I stroll through the frozen foods. When I am looking for the peas and corn
Not the freezer section - refrigerated foods. Near the eggs and dairy.
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:40 PM   #26
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Not the freezer section - refrigerated foods. Near the eggs and dairy.
Ah, thanks.
I buy pop up biscuits now and then. I'll have to look for them. I would think they would be by those.
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:47 PM   #27
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Ah, thanks.
I buy pop up biscuits now and then. I'll have to look for them. I would think they would be by those.
The store brand sugar cookie dough is pretty decent, you don't even have to get Pillsbury.
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:52 PM   #28
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I can control the number of cookies that come into the house
I used to buy those cookies at Valentines, Easter, Christmas, etc.... with rabbits, pumpkins, snowmen, whatevers, imbedded... that you sliced off as much as you needed. They were in the tubes. Then I could cook maybe six at a time in my ancient toaster oven. How ever much I wanted to slice off. But....

now they are only available on little trays already sliced, at double the price, for half the amount. So although I didn't mind splurging once in a while, this... I call gouging, ergo, I would rather go without.

So I rarely bake cookies anymore. As I would eat them out of the bowl, off the cookie sheet.... arghhh! Plus I almost never buy them (never say never!!!!)
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Tonight is it breakfast for supper
It has been snowing , blowing and 21 degrees here
In the mood for over easy eggs on some corn beef hash
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I used to buy those cookies at Valentines, Easter, Christmas, etc.... with rabbits, pumpkins, snowmen, whatevers, imbedded... that you sliced off as much as you needed. They were in the tubes. Then I could cook maybe six at a time in my ancient toaster oven. How ever much I wanted to slice off. But....

now they are only available on little trays already sliced, at double the price, for half the amount. So although I didn't mind splurging once in a while, this... I call gouging, ergo, I would rather go without.

So I rarely bake cookies anymore. As I would eat them out of the bowl, off the cookie sheet.... arghhh! Plus I almost never buy them (never say never!!!!)
I've gotten big tubs of raw cookie dough from local youth group fundraisers (Boy Scouts maybe?). The chocolate chip was good. They also had some more exotic stuff like macadamia chocolate, etc.
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