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Ive been so lax I made this very same recipe and the pictures are sitting in my digital waiting for m to upload to my cooking blog. WHat kind of jam did you use? I did strawberry and raspberry but next go around i want to use blackberry and blueberry


Ohhh yours looks so perfect after baking!! Any secrets? Do you always refrigerate the dough for a full 24 hrs? I usually refrigerate for only a couple of hours. Maybe that's the difference. Either way, I'm jealous ;-)
Here's my GO TO RECIPE though, in case all else fails.
Happy Purim.

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The other day I made some oatmeal cookies and, in defiance of the
package's instructions to "wait until they're completely cool," ate
them warm.

Now I have dried oatmeal stuck on the back of my teeth. I had not
known this was possible.

Toothbrushes are in vain. Toothpicks break.

Short of having to go down to the dentist and have him clean my teeth
with a chisel, how can I get the dried oatmeal gunk unstuck from my
teeth without also removing the enamel from same?

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  • All-Clad cookware
    I use the stainless line. I love it because you can put it in the dishwasher. If you like to cook it is sooo worth it to have quality pots and pans. I recommend buying a set on sale and then filling in extras as you need them. (Watch for sales and specials.)
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    Please get rid of all your teflon-coated non-stick plans and get a cast iron skillet. I use mine for searing meat, poultry, and fish and then finishing off in the oven. In fact, get two cast iron skillets—one large enough to hold two ribeyes and a smaller, fried-egg-sized one for making...well...eggs.
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    If you can't afford to have one built-in, this is a great alternative. It's nice to have boiling water at the push of a button to make tea, instant miso soup, or morning oatmeal for the kidlets.
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