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crunchier cookies

i dunno about everyone here, but when i bake cookies on multiple sheets, i find that the later ones, don't bake as well... Well i learned that this is because once the oven is opened you lose heat. Therefore, when making multiple batches of cookies, always put the tray in and reheat the oven to the desired temperature. Once that temp is reached, put on your timer!!! Good luck!!!

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best cakes

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For the past five years I have been making wedding cakes as a side line. Because of lack of time I have been using Duncan Hines "Moist Deluxe" mixes. However I have always added one additional egg to the recipe. Everybody who taste this say it is the best cake ever. They never know it comes from a box. Thanks for your great product. George Snider


brownie cutting tip

brownie cutting tip

Line pan with alum foil. spread smooth to edges. when brownes cool lift out by foil edges, peal off foil, put on cutting board to slice. no pan clean up.



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