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I found Biscoff cookies on sale at Walgreen's of all places, and thought, "wouldn't that be tasted with some Ice Cream?"
AH YUP!!
I layered crushed cookies and vanilla Ice Cream, what a home run! I knocked it outta the park with this one!!!
 
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I found Biscoff cookies on sale at Walgreen's of all places, and thought, "wouldn't that be tasted with some Ice Cream?"
AH YUP!!
I layered crushed cookies and vanilla Ice Cream, what a home run! I knocked it outta the park with this one!!!
Thanks K-Girl, I just gained a pound that I lost this week back looking at that picture. :rolleyes:

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Malasadas or Portuguese Donuts are not like others.
They're so soft and pillow-y and dredged in granulated sugar.
They're best eaten while still warm.
You stand in line for, well, a while, but these babies are made fresh to order.
That small round loaf of bread is Pao Doce or Portuguese Sweet Bread.
And no, it tastes nothing like King's Hawaiian Rolls ... this is the OG baby!!!
We'll eat that tomorrow morning, toasted with BUTTER for moi, and then another morning as French Toast, AH YUM!!!!!
 

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