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Old 12-16-2013, 07:34 AM   #51
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I seldom bake cookies. My problem isn't the cookie dough, it's that I forget about the cookies and burn them.
I don't forget them I just get bored with baking a large batch of cookies, the cookies keep getting bigger and bigger. I have cut down some of my recipes so I end up with about 12-18 nice cookies in a batch, still too many!
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:12 AM   #52
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Old 12-16-2013, 09:00 AM   #53
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pork tenderloin marsala and a potato-fennel gratin.
Directions please.....


and I mean to your house, not the food.

Although the potato fennel gratin sounds good, I could use those instructions as I'm guessing dinner is over.
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Old 12-16-2013, 11:10 AM   #54
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I don't forget them I just get bored with baking a large batch of cookies, the cookies keep getting bigger and bigger. I have cut down some of my recipes so I end up with about 12-18 nice cookies in a batch, still too many!
Make up a batch of dough, make cookie balls and freeze them. Then when you have a craving just pull out 6 frozen cookie balls and bake 'em up.
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Old 12-16-2013, 05:30 PM   #55
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Make up a batch of dough, make cookie balls and freeze them. Then when you have a craving just pull out 6 frozen cookie balls and bake 'em up.
Alix, that is a great tip for normal people!

You would find me in the kitchen at 3:00am basking in the glow of the oven light waiting for a snack, every night!
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Directions please.....


and I mean to your house, not the food.

Although the potato fennel gratin sounds good, I could use those instructions as I'm guessing dinner is over.
Just follow the other license plates on I-95 south, that have the saying, "Je Me Souviens", until you hit Ft. Lauderdale and then.......... Oh, you want the recipe?
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Just follow the other license plates on I-95 south,
Oh goodness, that is just toooo funny! for years I drove snowbird's cars south for them to winter, then brought them back in the spring! Just the cars, no passengers! Going south, would time it to meet them when they arrived at the airport and hand over the car. North, would take them to the airport, then deliver their car to their homes. My ex is still doing it. Usually it was to Ft L. but sometimes to the other side. I really enjoyed it.
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