Five Things You Don’t Learn In Cooking School*



cookies

  1. Double the amount of vanilla in pretty much everything.
  2. For most recipes, dark brown sugar works as well as light brown.
  3. When your husband asks you what kind of cookies they are, tell him, “Chocolate chip with nuts.” If he isn’t told they’re pecans instead of walnuts, he’ll never realize it.
  4. Cutting the amount of sugar by a third usually works just fine.
  5. Cookies are incomplete unless served with hot coffee or cold milk.

*Or you might, actually, but I never went, so how would I know?

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5 thoughts on “Five Things You Don’t Learn In Cooking School*

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  2. Melissa-pie they look too good too eat…send them here FEDEX!

    Love all of your points.
    Most husbands juat waNT THE COOKIES AND IT DOESN’T MATTER WHAT THEY ARE.

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