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Just went shopping and picked up a box of oatmeal. She put it away, I asked, but no cookies yet.
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Every once in awhile, my wife will make a batch of reduced fat oatmeal-raisin cookies with walnut bits in them. Probably my favorite treat. Sometimes she'll add apple bits to make them more moist. I think I'll ask for a batch.
Tom, tell her to leave all of that stuff out and just make the chocolate, peanut butter, and oatmeal cookies. They are great! Been eatin' 'em for 60+ years, or so they say. I can't remember that far back!

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Been eating them as long as I remember too. I made my grandmother's old time molasses cookies for Christmas. Yum, yum.
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We had a big crock cookie jar. Mom would stuff it full where the lid wouldn’t shut. She would tell me, “No cookies before supper.” I would rearrange the cookies so the lid still wouldn’t shut. She would always knew for some reason and ask, “Son you been eating the cookies haven’t you?”

I would always answer, “No mam, I haven’t eaten one cookie.” And that was the truth.

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We had a big crock cookie jar. Mom would stuff it full where the lid wouldn’t shut. She would tell me, “No cookies before supper.” I would rearrange the cookies so the lid still wouldn’t shut. She would always knew for some reason and ask, “Son you been eating the cookies haven’t you?”

I would always answer, “No mam, I haven’t eaten one cookie.” And that was the truth.
@Daikusan We should all start addressing you as Two Cookies. There were four boys in our family and we had this rooster shaped cookie jar (last name means "the rooster"), and large qualtities were consumed in no time at all.

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Cookies, the sustance of life, particularly this time of year.
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It's not Christmas without butter tarts and the little woman makes some of the best I've ever eaten.
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