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- n. A paste usually formed of flour, sugar, water, eggs, and other ingredients which, when baked, hardens to form a cookie or a number of cookies.
- n. A flavor designed to emulate the taste of the paste.
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I crossed the aisle to find out what precut cookie dough had to do with the mortuary arts and found a promotional brochure offering the following explanation: Funerals and wakes bring families together.
When the last cookie on the metal sheet pan joined the others cooling on the paper spread on the counter top, Sharon Powell turned to carry the sheet pan to the table where the bowl of cookie dough sat.