Life on a family dairy farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
Yummm, peanut butter cookies..:-) I order fruitcakes from Harry&David for my dad..:-)
My mouth is watering!Better get some breakfast . . and find the nearest Hostess outlet . .Not that we really indulged . . but it's part of our childhood . . . . . .gone :(
Nice snacks. You can say bye-bye to the fruitcake in the future! :)
I for one rejoice at the demise of Hostess.... nice macros, the tomatoes look great. I had little yellow ones this year that were so sweet and perfect to snack on right off the plant.
That looks good, especially the cookies.
Ahah! We are on the same page except for the fruit cake. You can't beat peanut butter cookies.
Yummy yummy :)
Nice job on the challenge! Tomatoes are great, when they are garden fresh. Looks like melt-in-your-mouth peanut butter cookies, mmm.
I'm a fruitcake lover...I didn't know they came in snack bar size...cherry tomatoes are my favorites though.Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
Ed, these are absurdly easy...three ingredients. Cathy, I never ate many Hostess things either, but I kinda, sorta like the fruitcake...a little....Dibear, yeah, I thought it was an interesting irony that this week of all weeks the challenge would be snacks. lolShirley, I don't exactly rejoice at the demise of any company, but I never liked their foods much. Kinda just sugar and air.Rev. Paul, thanks, world's easiest cookie recipe-three ingredients!Lori, that is pretty nasty fruitcake. lolWild Black, mostly!Aurora, amazingly, I picked the tomatoes weeks ago, but those little ones ripen so nicely on the counter. They were a nice snack after I took their picture. lolLinda, these are so sweet! I can't wait for summer so I can have them again.
wow, thatz yummy!!
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