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9 Replies to “contact/sponsor”

  1. Im looking for the recipe for salted butter caramel cookies, I can only find it in french. Do u have it?

  2. Ala… what GIF maker do you use? I love what you do!

    1. Hi Chris! Thanks so much–I use to create gifs from stills, and then I usually edit them via LunaPic Editor. Hope that helps! xo

  3. Love your asides and stories, and the one for Anzac Bikkies brought a smile…I do love them. I’ve been in Australia and New Zealand many times, and those cookies are all over in many different variations. I have a recipe that will terrify you when you make the dough as it’s made unlike any other cookie ever, and it bakes into a thin crispy outside and chewy inside, AND, I have NEVER made enough…not once…no lie. I’d take them to the office and people would STEAL them, hide them in their desks so as not to look the glutton, and my boss had NO fear OR guilt in snatching the last one – in front of a crowd. For an otherwise very nice man, he had a wicked laugh with that last one. I’m happy to share it if you like as it goes back generations in the Brisbane area.

    1. haha Lee, that sounds like one amazing cookie recipe! Definitely feel free to send it over–I’d love to check it out!

  4. Bonnie Fuhrmeister says: Reply

    I am a teacher creating an assignment for high school ELL students. May I use your Authentic Scottish Shortbread recipe for an activity on nouns and verbs? Your site will be cited. Thank you.

    1. Hi Bonnie–of course! Feel free to feature it as long as you’re citing it. And thank you for all you do during this strange, uncertain time! I’m a former educator and appreciate all you teachers are doing right now. Enjoy!

  5. It looks like this link is broken on your site:…in-strawberry-recipe-contest_02815399

    I thought you would like to know :). Silly mistakes can ruin your site’s credibility. I’ve used a tool called in the past to keep mistakes off of my website.


  6. Diane Waterstreet says: Reply

    Do you have nutrition facts for this recipe?

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