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I think I read somewhere that a brownie a day keeps the hemroids away.
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dvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the treedvdelf you could wrap up and put under the tree
quick one case of brownies, im not taking any chances
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I saw some very nice Christmas items in Walmart tonight. They have their Christmas candy and goodie aisle pretty well stocked. I saw some things, including the oven mitt thing mentioned at the beginning of this thread. I think they would be easy to duplicate for even cheaper than the Walmart prices.
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They had a neat Santa oven mitt last year, if they still carry it I want to buy
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I saw some very nice Christmas items in Walmart tonight. They have their Christmas candy and goodie aisle pretty well stocked. I saw some things, including the oven mitt thing mentioned at the beginning of this thread. I think they would be easy to duplicate for even cheaper than the Walmart prices.
Yup, that is what I was thinking too. I know I can buy the ingredients in bulk plus it will give me something to do Christmasy one weekend! Plus I didnt like the oven mitts that came with them.
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do the Wal Mart oven mitts come with a wooden spoon? I saw some brownie - oven mitt thingys at a kitchen store that came with a wooden spoon.
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do the Wal Mart oven mitts come with a wooden spoon? I saw some brownie - oven mitt thingys at a kitchen store that came with a wooden spoon.
no the ones I saw had cookie cutters. Kinda wondered why since I didnt think you cut out brownies but I guess you could if you wanted too.
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I suppose, everyone should have Christmas cookie cutters by now
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