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The Rabbit
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What kind of cookie would you be?
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Home made chocolate chip.
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Oatmeal with butterscotch chips. Wholesome and good for you with a bit of a twist.
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A pork chop.
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A filled raisen cookie. Unfortunatly, a little too much filling.
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*hugs Porter*
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The Rabbit
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quote:
Originally posted by mr_porteiro_head:
A pork chop.

[ROFL]
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I would be a molasses crinkle. They're my specialty.
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Persistent third-party.
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A hermit.
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The Rabbit
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I'd be a peanut butter, oatmeal, chocolate chip cookie.
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If you were a cookie...

...you'd probably want a glass of milk.

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I'd be a poisonous cookie. Seriously, I don't want people eating me.
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A snickerdoodle
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*tries to visualize self as cookie*
*gives up*

Now, if I were to make a batch of cookies--definitely toll house, just a few minutes out of the oven. And some of the dough. Yum.

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My super-special secret recipe kind of cookie.
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quote:
Originally posted by Dagonee:
Persistent third-party.

[ROFL]

As for me, hmm...what kind of cookie requires a little bit of acquired taste? That's how I've been described. [Wink]

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Yay, I'm not the only snickerdoodle!! [Smile]
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wow, my first thought was snickerdoodle too (mainly because aside from tasting amazing, they clearly have the best name).


oddly enough, that's a really difficult question... [Razz]

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One tough
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Peanut butter with a hershey kiss in the middle. Mmm Mmm good.
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The Rabbit
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quote:
Originally posted by Carrie:
My super-special secret recipe kind of cookie.

My recipe is so secret, I don't even remember it.

Seriously, I bake off the cuff so each batch is unique. That's kind of the way I see myself as well. I can think of several batches I'd like to emulate. I want to have a variety of flavors and textures that surprise the tongue and yet some how go together.

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Swamp cookie
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The Rabbit
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OK, what's a swamp cookie?
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I would be a homemade coconut macaroon from my own recipe. Chewy, crunchy and sticky all at the same time! Yum!
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quote:
Originally posted by The Rabbit:
OK, what's a swamp cookie?

Homemade recipe for a cookie made by people who used to live in The Tofu Swamp [Smile]

(Tofu, bananas, chocolate chips, raisins, sunflower seeds, coconut, orange juice, raspberry leaf, cardamom, 5 kinds of grains, etc. Moist, healthy energy bars from hell.)

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I'd be a Pecan Sandy. *nummy*

That swamp cookie sure sounds intriguing . . .

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quote:
That swamp cookie sure sounds intriguing
So it suits plaid.
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I'd been one of those cookies that has everything in it the chocolate chip-walnut-raisin-oatmeal-coconut-almond etc cookie.
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One smart cookie.
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Ginger snap, I think.
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Chocolate-pepper snap.
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Burnt. Knowing my skills in the kitchen.
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What is the name of the REALLY yummy Girl Scout cookies? The one with the drizzled chocolate and the coconut? Starts with an 's', I think. Purple box.

Well, one of those. But I don't think it would be a good idea, in terms of self-preservation, heh.

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quote:
Originally posted by The Rabbit:
quote:
That swamp cookie sure sounds intriguing
So it suits plaid.
"plaid -- man of intrigue" [Cool]
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quote:
Originally posted by Kristen:
What is the name of the REALLY yummy Girl Scout cookies? The one with the drizzled chocolate and the coconut? Starts with an 's', I think. Purple box.

'Samoans' -- but now they're called 'Carmel Delites.'
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Plaid, depends on where you are and what bakery your council uses. Here in Chicago they're still Samoas. And yes, they are most awesome, even better than Thin Mints.
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quote:
Originally posted by Bob_Scopatz:
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[Big Grin]
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quote:
Originally posted by plaid:
quote:
Originally posted by Kristen:
What is the name of the REALLY yummy Girl Scout cookies? The one with the drizzled chocolate and the coconut? Starts with an 's', I think. Purple box.

'Samoans' -- but now they're called 'Carmel Delites.'
The name has not changed; it varies depending on the local supplier.
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I'd be a cookie stored in your browser that collects information about you!
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code:
even better than Thin Mints. 

Speak for your self, John. There's nothing better than thin mints.
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citadel's a spy!! : [Eek!]

(Why don't we have an "I'm telling Mommy" graemlin)

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True girlscout cookie--

made from 100% real girl scouts.

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Homemade peanut butter doggie treats!

I am nutritious and delicious. [Smile] A little dry, somewhat bland, but with a definite nutty aftertaste. Keeps well when refrigerated.

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A tea cookie.
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a "special" cookie. or a cookie cake. ooh ooh! a "special" cookie cake! mmmmmmmm...
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quote:
Keeps well when refrigerated
I think I keep better at room temperature. Refrigeration is OK for a day, but I should definitely not be stored below room temp.
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