How I Made Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies In Simple, Super Easy StepsWritten by Kori Puckett
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Bake 10 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit (or until done). Let cool in pan for 1 minute before removing to cooling rack. Leaving them on sheet for too long will make them hard.
Yes, cookies are soft after they come from oven. I don't know how long they stay soft out in open though, as I had a couple of cousins come over while they were baking and we all pretty much destroyed cookies.
Still, if you plan on keeping them (or any other type of cookies for that matter) for a while, then put a slice of bread on bottom of an air tight container and place cookies on top. If you have any cookies left when bread gets hard, replace piece of bread.
I hope you try this peanut butter cookie recipe and love it. I know I'll be pulling this one out whenever a cookie craving hits me again.
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Travel to Deep Space by Sitting at your ComputerWritten by Jesse S. Somer
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http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/NewImages/images.php3?img_id=16616 http://www.spaceweather.com/ http://www.sec.noaa.gov/ http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/primer/java/scienceopticsu/powersof10/index.html
These are a few more sites I discovered that give us more insight or ‘outsight’ into what is going on around us. Again I find Internet has become a medium for discovering knowledge about life. Without leaving office or my house I can travel to most beautiful places-real places, we’re not talking Star Trek here people! I’ve seen many magical things in my life thus far: snow –capped mountains, rainbows over waterfalls, sunsets on tropical beaches. I’ve seen art, heard music, watched films; I’ve lived a very fortunate life indeed. But, to see these pictures and to learn about incredible worlds outside our own…on a computer at home…it has taken me to a new level of understanding, a new level of reverence for what it is we are part of. The only way to describe these galaxies, stars, and giant gas clouds close up is to softly and humbly speak word ‘magic’. You will never see real paintings like this, beauty that stretches for millions of miles.
My computer screen has become a looking glass portal.
Jesse S. Somer; M6.Net http://www.m6.net Jesse S. Somer if from Earth, his connection to the Internet has now connected him to other worlds, real worlds.