A geeky girl living in the big city, making her way, the only way she knows how... no wait, that's The Dukes of Hazzard. Who am I again? Oh yeah, a pop culture obsessed writer, publishing person, and occasional nerd. And I'm getting married. I talk about that, too.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006


There should be more white chocolate. Really. In soft baked cookies. Delicious.

Now if only bakers would stop insisting on putting macadamia nuts in too, I'd be a very content Katie.


Blogger Ted Carter said...

But macadamia nuts don't really have much of a flavor, so it's not as bad as it could be...

1/03/2006 5:34 PM

Blogger ktbuffy said...

No, that's true. But they're misleading. It looks like a lot of white chocolate, but bite into the wrong patch of cookie, and all you get is nut.

1/03/2006 5:59 PM

Blogger Lela said...

Amen, sista!

1/03/2006 6:46 PM

Blogger Avocet said...

I don't care for white chocolate. It's way better than that bitter dark stuff, true, but...

And the only nuts I like are peanuts. Vurgina peanuts. Salted.

1/03/2006 7:39 PM

Blogger Sean said...

I always have a ton of fun referring to cookies as "male" and "female."

Think about it.


1/03/2006 9:29 PM

Blogger ***Dave Hill said...

Macadamia nuts are wildly overrated. I've never understood the appeal. But, then, I'm not much of a nuts person.

A very nice person at our office gave me a wrapped box of See's Candy for Christmas. I was very disappointed to discover it was chocolate covered nuts.

My inlaws (where we spend the holidays) are infamous for only eating the See's Nuts & Chews blends. Which is a mixed blessing, since it means that any of their friends that know them only give them N&Cs, but anything they get other than that has no competition for it.

1/04/2006 2:40 AM

Blogger The Girl in Black said...

Target used to carry a key lime and white chocolate cookie. They are so damn good.

I have to get two boxes. So I'll have one to put in the pantry for others to share. Ha!

1/04/2006 10:32 AM

Blogger Avocet said...

My new roomie's mother makes pumpkin bread! She knows I love it, and that I dislike nuts. So, when she made some for our trip to Washington, she made a special batch without nuts just for me. We could tell which one was mine because of the note taped to it: "Neutered."

It took me an hour to realize why she chose that word. :-/

1/04/2006 11:38 AM


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