Friday, June 19, 2009

It's so humid...

that the freshly-baked chocolate chip cookies from this afternoon are already chewy in that not-desirable way. If they were more than four hours old, I might call them stale, but that seems like a strange word to use for practically brand new cookies.

On the other hand, the fact that I'm still eating them despite the Nestle cookie dough recall due to E Coli contamination suggests that perhaps a dim bulb like me deserves stale cookies.

In my defense, I didn't know about the recall till I'd already baked them and eaten three. Having eaten three, why bother stopping?

Stale, E Coli laden cookies anyone? Yumm...

6 comments:

Marinka said...

OMG, are you still there? Please check in with us hourly so that we know that you are ok.

MommyTime said...

I'm still alive! YAY!

I'm no longer eating the cookies, but I don't feel sick. With luck, the children who ate them at lunchtime too, before we heard about that one teeny tiny reason we shouldn't, will also be fine.

SSauer said...

lordy, this makes me laugh.

I appreciate that. - Thank you!

SSauer said...

...and I'm glad you're still alive and kicking. :o)

JoeinVegas said...

Once cooked they are ok, the temps killed the bad stuff. The company is worried about people that eat the raw dough, or lick the knife. So eat up.

KMed said...

Freeze the cookies! Makes them crunchy in an oh so desirable way!