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Thursday, June 04, 2015



My goodness that cheesecake looks big, is that just the angle? Yum.

I think those wafers would be lovely with ice cream too Sarah.


Do you ever use parchment paper for the cookie trays? That works really well. Homemade wafers sound delicious, I'm sure you'll find a way to perfect the recipe. :)


At least those wafers were put to good use. Happy National Donut Day. :)

Tammy C

Are you sure you didn't become me with that cookie blunder!I have had that happen with sugar cookies.

Cheesecake looks yummy.

Happy Donut Day!


Sarah that cheese cake looks so of my favorite flavors, Almond!!

Here is a little tip I learned, when taking off cookies that may have sat too long before removing from your baking pan, pop the tray back in the oven for about 30 sec to a minute, remove from oven and immediately take cookies off of the baking pan. Also you may have better results with that kind of cookie by using a baking stone or a "silpat" mat. I purchased a silpat from Demarle Home. I do think I have seen them in Bed, Bath and Beyond as well.

Hope you have a great market day tomorrow...and thanks for the heads up about National Donut Day!! (We actually had a "hot-and-Now" last night as we were out and saw the sign all lit up at Krispy Kreme! ;)


When we moved from Michigan to South Carolina I discovered that many of my cookie recipes no longer worked. I began baking a "test" cookie when I tried a new recipe. I find I often need to add 2 Tbsps. of flour per cup in the recipe when using "Northern" recipes here in the South. :)

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