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O yum! Good job!  The neighbor brought me over a plate of those at noon today!

What kind of cookie sheet is that?  Did you know there's one missing?  :P

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1 hour ago, Walleyehooker said:

Another cold day more cookies.

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Those are my Fav from all that my wife makes this time of year. Now you have to bring up some sledding for a taste test! :)

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34 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

Love those ! ! !  I PM'd my address!

 

You better get a sled and come with if you want in! :lol:

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There were a couple more missing after the picture. Best when still a little warm and the chocolate kiss is still melted. As far as the pans there isn't a name on them and not even sure where we got them. But they are double walled with a thin hollow space in the middle. Might have been at wallyworld.

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Think there called air bake pans and my wife has like 6 of them.

 

Ever tried them cookies with a mint Hersey kiss!; Yummy.

And by the way I worked in then Herhsey tanks in Hershey Pennsylvania!

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17 minutes ago, RebelSS said:

Whats a db pan? Dingbat? :confused:

 

Follow along slow poke! ;)

 

"But they are double walled with a thin hollow space in the middle.

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1 hour ago, smurfy said:

Think there called air bake pans and my wife has like 6 of them.

 

Ever tried them cookies with a mint Hersey kiss!; Yummy.

And by the way I worked in then Herhsey tanks in Hershey Pennsylvania!

I have relatives out there and they take a plant tour for free samples a few times a year! :)

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10 hours ago, leech~~ said:

 

Follow along slow poke! ;)

 

"But they are double walled with a thin hollow space in the middle.

 

 

I know something else that's got a hollow space in the middle.... Hey, It was there; I took it.:grin:

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1 hour ago, RebelSS said:

 

 

I know something else that's got a hollow space in the middle.... Hey, It was there; I took it.:grin:

 

Hey, if I wanted to be insulted, I would ask Rick for a Hoody! :angry:

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5 minutes ago, leech~~ said:

 

Hey, if I wanted to be insulted, I would as Rick for a Hoody! :angry:

 

 

There, there, have a cookie and a glass of milk.  :grin:  

Maybe Santa will Fed-ex ya a special hoodie...he doesn't bring me anything!

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1 minute ago, RebelSS said:

 

 

 

Maybe Santa will Fed-ex ya a special hoodie...he doesn't bring me anything!

 

Not even your yearly piece of Coal? :P

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5 hours ago, RebelSS said:

Nope. Last year there were reindeer tracks on my front steps, along with this....

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Coffee beans? :lol:

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