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November 01, 2006


I knew they were messy and didn't clean up after themselves but I had no idea they were so devious.

Good for you, you made them say chef!!


Oh thanks for the tips. I have two pumpkins that I need to do something with relatively soon and had no clue what to do or how to do it.

Just how can they be blood thirsty when they have no hands? What do they do? Roll under your feet at trip you?

You forgot one step in the recipe -- "Slaughter the Pumpkin."

I think the warning belonged BEFORE the stabbing pic. lol This was a great tutorial. I can see Ann making these cookies, she's domestic that way. Oh, and you, too :-)

Damn these look good!

I received a kitchenaid mixer when i got married for the sole purpose of making chocolate chip cookies at the holidays. after two years of making them by hand i was fed up:)
i love my mixer:)

anyway thanks for the tips on killing pumpkins im going to go find one before thanksgiving and make a real pumpkin pie i think :)


Goo luck killing Bob and Harvey. They'll be on guard now that Miranda is gone.

The cookies look so good! It's good to know your neighbors didn't get you on Halloween. Now I want cookies.

Oh yum, oh yum, oh yum...those cookies look amazing. It's like you took a great cookie and made it even better with the frosting.

Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. coooookies!

I love pumpkin cookies..I have never made them though, but I think I gained a few ounces just looking at your yummy cookies!

What a great post! Thanks for the pumpkin killing tutorial.

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