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The chicken comes in two styles: a skinless, extra-crunchy style called Mama Els and a spicier, skin-on style called the "classic."
The Food52 cookies were admired for their buttery goodness and extra-crunchy coating of turbinado sugar.
If you aren't really concerned about an extra-crunchy crust, you can bake the bread in a regular loaf pan, or baguette pans, or whatever!
So I guess it is one of those extra-crunchy little applause lines that you only use for special audiences.
These cookies have a strong peanut flavor that comes from extra-crunchy peanut butter in our taste test, we preferred Jif as well as from salted roasted peanuts that are ground in a food processor and worked into the dough.
Do they not have a pantry like I do filled with one dozen 3-pound jars of extra-crunchy peanut butter and two dozen jars of dill pickles because you can get them cheaper that way?
The bag of Honeycrisps I bought from market were extra-crunchy.
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