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#Recipe: PJ's Chocolate Chip Cookies

My mom wasn’t the best cook. In fact, sometimes she was downright awful at it. The weekly Hamburger Refrigerator Soup for Friday dinner was one of her favorites. 540 more words

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Decadent Toll House Pie

When I first tried a Toll House Pie, at Pike’s Soda Shop in Charlotte, N.C., I knew this was a pie I had to try at home. 314 more words

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Week Seven

The approaching fixed rhythm of high heeled boots on thin cheap office carpet was unmistakable. My body reflexively tensed as I braced myself for the incoming Anna Wintour amateur hour. 434 more words

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Coffee Creamer Christmas lovers can enjoy in April

. About 83 percent of adultsdrink coffee in the U.S., the world’s biggest consumer of the beverage, up from 78 percent a year earlier, according to the National CoffeeAssociation’s 2013 online survey.

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Tried & True: Dark Chocolate Salted Caramel Cookies

Finally back at it again with the #FoodieFridays! Food has been such a big part of my life lately but not in a way that I could write about it on my blog until now. 354 more words

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could you live in a house with no corners?

A centuries old round house — once used as a pub, and before that a toll house — now for sale in Kettering, Northamptonshire, UK –

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A Day In History| Ruth Wakefield & The Story Behind Chocolate Chip Cookies

Ruth Graves Wakefield (1905-1977) invented chocolate chips (and chocolate chip cookies) in 1930. Wakefield ran the Toll House Inn in Whitman, Massachusetts. Her new cookie invention was called the “Toll House Cookie.” Her original cookies used broken-up bars of semi-sweet chocolate. 122 more words

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