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Offline AnimeGenesis

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« on: May 09, 2005, 03:23:33 PM »
So whats you favourite biscuit/cookie of all time?

For me it would have to be Fig Rolls or Bourbons.


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« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2005, 06:45:02 PM »
OMFG, I love cookies.

Then again, I love foods in all shapes and sizes.

Oatmeal Raisin cookies rock my socks.
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Offline Himura Kenshin

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« Reply #2 on: May 10, 2005, 06:40:31 PM »
Sugar cookies. Why? Because they have sugar. And they taste good. And because I really don't eat any other cookies. I just eat cereal as a snack.

Because I can

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« Reply #3 on: May 30, 2005, 11:35:31 AM »
chocolate chip cookies

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« Reply #4 on: June 07, 2005, 07:42:42 PM »
Snickerdoodle is the best coockie eeever! numy numy numy

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« Reply #5 on: June 08, 2005, 01:09:14 AM »
Well, my favorite cookie has a bit of a story behind it.  Two friends of mine created a pan cookie about 5 years ago in the eighth grade.  It was about 4 inches thick.  They spread some icing on top of it and ended it there.  One of them was pleased with the way it was and gave up baking.  However, the other knew it could be better.  He strived to create a cookie stronger and more powerful than his previous creation.  So, he did.  In his freshmen year of high school he made a two layer pan cookie, put icing in between the two cookies and affectionately named it, "The Super Cookie."  This is where I come into the picture.  I was so fortunate as to attain a small piece of the "Super Cookie."  The moment my lips met the baked good, I knew one thing and one thing only.  This cookie was good.  However, our journey didn't end there.  This was only the beginning...

Later, at a party during our sophomore year where my friend was determined to make yet another "Super Cookie", I approached him with a plan; a plan to construct the next step in cookie evolution, later this cookie would be known as, "The Triple Threat," named after its original creator's nickname.  A three layer "Super Cookie" had never even been dreamt of by the young cook before.  He needed help.  My cooking skills were no where near great enough to help him.  I was the idea man.  I had everything mapped out, but my culinary skills were not enough to even cook a hotdog.  So, he called an old friend...  The man who had helped him create the original pan cookie.  With their culinary skills and my plans, this cookie would be legendary, or so we thought...

For in the distant future of our junior year, we would create...  "The Quadra Cookie," a four layer cookie that stood over a foot in height.  It was amazing and quite delicious; however, it didn't quite pique my interest in cookies, and the amazing power they held.  I had decided then to dedicate my senior year to the planning of the best cookie ever, “A cookie the like of which had never been seen.â€?  And that’s what it would be called.  At the end of Senior Year, we assembled a large group of accomplished bakers, the best in the school.  6 bakers in all, one for each layer…

Each baker was a specialist in a certain type of topping we would inevitably use in the cookie.  We had caramel, chocolate, fudge, chocolate chips, marshmallows, and of course, the icing, the first topping ever used on the original pan cookie.  Assembly was my job.  I had taken physics senior year, so I could calculate the exact weight of the cookie.  We had a problem.  If my calculations were correct, the cookie would crumble under its own weight.  We had to do something to preserve the structure, of this most perfect creation.  So, ingeniously I threw the first batch of layers into the freezer so I could freeze them and hopefully increase the density.  However, only two layers could fit in the freezer at a time.  The timing would have to be perfect.  As we took out the first two layers, we started assembly on them.  Just then, the oven beeped.  The next two layers were done and ready for freezing.  So, I put them in the freezer, while the next two layers were put into the oven.  Upon completion, the cookie had become a god.  It looked down on other, lesser cookies and laughed.  It was a complete triumph.  A marvel of the culinary world.

And that’s the story of my favorite cookie.  But, be warned, for the story doesn’t end there.  True, no bigger cookie has been baked yet, however, the dream is not dead.  For the cookie lives on it all that created it and speculation of an eight layer cookie has been rumored.  The ones who created the cookie are now graduated from high school.  We’ve got a lot of time during summer…

Edit- The names of the brave, brave men in this story have been omitted for their own protection.

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« Reply #6 on: July 01, 2005, 06:08:51 PM »
Cinnamon Rolls, if they count.  I can actually make them and the glaze to go with them.  Yum.
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