Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 12/14/05


I Don't Know How I Survived The Baking Season Without These Racks

I snapped up this handy set of three tiered cooling racks last year for just ten dollars at
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11 comments:

  1. Do you eat all this food?

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  2. I was thinking this too!! I think donkey doodle dandy is getting some serious under the table treats...

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  3. Hey FG, those treats look yummy, why no recpie? If you feel like you can't eat them all, send some my way!!

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  4. FG - do you need my mailing address - for the cookies?

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  5. I hear you on the 3-tiered cooling racks, I just got some recently at Marshalls. Love them!

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  6. I rolled reading the earlier comments! My thoughts were, "Does she own a bakery that she's not yet revealed???" ... there is no way even my crew as big as it is could eat all those yummy treats! Sheesh!! That's alot of food you have been fixing!

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  7. Those racks are awesome!!
    I can't believe I've missed those. What a life savIOR!! haa;) Must invest must invest.

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  8. If you do eat all these yummy foods, you must weigh, like, 5 billion pounds.

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  9. OK, I need some of these as I have cookies covering every surface of my small kitchen. Thanks for the tip!

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  10. where are the instructions for the cookies?

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  11. Anonymous,
    Sorry, but I never actually posted the recipe. I do, however, have two versions of peanut butter chocolate chip cookies that I'm hoping to post soon!

    In the meantime, if you want to make cookies similar to the ones in this photo, simply use your favorite peanut butter cookie recipe, scoop the dough out with a very small ice cream scoop, and as soon as the cookies come out of the oven, gently stick a Hershey's mini kiss into the top of each one. : )

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