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Old 10-06-2004, 10:19 AM   #221
 
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I have had Cheez-Its in mine, but never Goldfish.
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I didn't have any Cheez-Its one day so I thought I'd give the Goldfish a try. I liked them better than the Cheez-Its.
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I never think of goldfish.. Pepperidge Farm makes them, right? If so, there's a guy across the street that delivers for them. I better get to him before I move. lol
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Yeah they do. The Parmesan goldfish are good too. My mom & I go to a Pepperidge Farm outlet in Myrtle Beach every summer while we are on vacation & stock up on goodies. I can usually get about $80 worth of stuff for about half that.
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I think the guy across the street swaps things with other drivers in the area. A couple months ago, I saw a Frito Lay truck parked out front. I'm thinking, "Erm... what is that doing here?" But, he was visiting the Pepperidge Farm guy.. I should just call him Jim, that's his name.. lol. Anyway, Jim came out with a flat of assorted stuff and helped the chip guy (I don't know his name) put it in the back of his truck. The chip guy exchanged it for a flat of the snack-size bags of chips. I wonder if they're allowed to do that.. Whatever works, I guess.
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Sounds good to me. I would have had to get to know the Pepperidge Farm guy a long time ago. I love the Milano & Chocolate Chunk cookies!
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Yeah, usually I'm not a big fan of packaged cookies, except Oreos, but they make some really good stuff.
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They tend to be a little pricy on some things too, IMO.
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Yeah.. but their Salsalito Chocolate Chunk cookies are worth it once in awhle.. when I feel like a splurge. Hey.. I should add them to admin's advertising thread... lol..j/k
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Good idea! All this talk about Pepperidge Farm has made me crave some cookies & I don't have any or the time to make any! Dang, looks like I may stay up & bake some tonight.
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I would love to bake some.. just plain ole chocolate chip.. but I have to run out and get a few things.. mainly the chips and I think I have one egg left.. I should have everything else.
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the only thing better than milano's are double chocolate milano's. and sausalitos are awesome too. ya need a half gallon of ice cold milk to go with them...
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yes, I must say that is one thing I have loved since a young child and will never get tired of is MILK.. ice cold.. I love it with everything. Elf said it perfect on another thread.. tomato soup, grilled cheese, and ice-cold milk.

they have mini mint milanos too.. I didn't know that... I was checking out their website..
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Gotta have milk! The only time I drink it is when I have cookies. It has to be whole milk & I pour a glass & stick it in the freezer until the top of it is bairly frozen. I like the White Chocolate Macadamia cookies they make too. Good grief, I may just have to stop at the store on my way to my parents this afternoon!
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yeah, juliev, i've had them but i'm not a big fan of mint and chocolate. they're ok.

anyone remember those old pepperridge farm commercials with th old guy on the porch that always said "pepperridge faahm remembahs"
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I've never tried them.. didn't even know they existed.. honestly, I'd rather make my own.. but I do love oreos!!
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yeah, juliev, i've had them but i'm not a big fan of mint and chocolate. they're ok.

anyone remember those old pepperridge farm commercials with th old guy on the porch that always said "pepperridge faahm remembahs"
Yeah.. I had forgotten about those.. I wonder why they don't show them anymore.. they were cool!

Well, another cookie I forgot (and yes, it's chocolate mint).. is the Thin Mint from the Girl Scouts. And, I love their Savanahs. Talk about pricey, they have sky-rocketed.
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I love the Thin Mints frozen! I also like the Caramel Delight Girl Scout cookies. Yeah the price on them has really gone up!
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now those would be good crunched up on top of vanilla or chocolate ice cream.. the mints.
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They are good in milk shakes too!
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