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|Richard in Cincy||
And then there is the moment of amusement when
Joined: Dec 12, 2005
Posted to Thread #17592 at 3:05 pm on Feb 4, 2010
you look at the freshly baked cookies on your rack from the recipe that (Makes 64) and you make the final count...25.
So OK, I did eat one. But just one.
Other messages in this thread:
- 17592. question for you baking gurus: when is a teaspoon of cookie dough JUST a teaspoon?? - cheezz - 5:38pm on 02/02/10 (9)
- Seems such a contradiction to use this type of measurement when - Luisa_Calif - 5:51pm on 02/02/10
- Yes, I've never figured that out... I would assume it's the same 'teaspoon' that you use - cheezz - 7:55pm on 02/02/10
- My favorite? A "heaping" teaspoon. Heck, my heaps are so big, we call it a tablespoon! [NT] - Traca - 8:13pm on 02/02/10
- And there's a flip side to this. - Amanda_Pennsylvania - 4:02pm on 02/03/10
- Yup, they should say what they mean and mean what they say.... consistently! [NT] - cheezz - 5:32am on 02/04/10
- I had the same experience when I started to think about the sugar in my coffee. An actual tsp - Curious1 - 3:15pm on 02/04/10
- I know! I was shocked to think about how much sugar I'd been putting in my tea. [NT] - Amanda_Pennsylvania - 11:58pm on 02/04/10
- And then there is the moment of amusement when - Richard in Cincy - 3:05pm on 02/04/10
- hahaha. so true. I have never used an actual tsp for cookies, ever, I believe. [NT] - AngAk - 6:34pm on 02/04/10