Saturday, September 19, 2009

Tastes Like Grass

I made some cookies today, both the fantastic Chewy Sugar Cookies and, later, some equally but differently fantastic pumpkin chocolate chip. Bud came into the kitchen and asked if he could have a sugar cookie, so I gave him one. We then had this hilarious conversation:

Bud (looking at his cookie and taking a bite): "Did you mix the colors on this one?"

Me: "Yep. I rolled it in both blue and green sugars."

Bud: "Oh."

Me: "Is it good?"

Bud: "It tastes like grass."

Me: "Grass?! Well you probably don't want it then. I can just take it back."

Bud (tucking his cookie into his chest and looking a tad alarmed): "Did I say grass?!? I meant it tastes like a cookie.... a really good cookie."


11 comments:

Patricia said...

I can attest that the pumpkin chocolate cookies are terrific; I'll have to taste the sugar cookies tomorrow. Thanks for baking, Jana

Sassymama said...

Hmmmm.
I may have to taste test them when we are in town (next weekend btw... can we drop by after church on our way out of town???):)

The Laundry Queen said...

You don't even need to ask, Sassy! I'll send you a message with the address. Can't wait!!

The Laundry Queen said...

Oh, and Sassy, the threesome will have to try a sugar cookie, too. Playing in your yard, they may never get to know what real grass tastes like otherwise. ; )

Pete Pages said...

Suddenly I'm craving pumpkin choc. chip cookies... eat one for me.

carmar76 said...

If you are feeling particularly generous & would like to email the recipe for those pumpkin chocoloate chip cookies to boberrie76@gmail.com you would have a forever fan in one Carrie Marie... : ) I simply adore pumpkin!

The Laundry Queen said...

I'll eat one if I must, Tams. Just for you.

The recipe shall be yours, Carrie Marie! Give me a day or two (we've got a party tomorrow) and I'll get it to you. ; )

The Laundry Queen said...

Here is the pumpkin chocolate chip cookie recipe for any of you who are interested. I just posted it here on this website: http://thepioneerwoman.com/tasty-kitchen/?p=20958

Hope you enjoy it, Carrie Marie! ; )

jwise said...

Ha! Cute. :) You'll have to tell Bud that in Singapore they actually sell a soda that is made from grass!! (I think Kevin actually tasted it--he used to travel to Singapore for work.)

Julie Magers Soulen said...

Adorable portrait of your son!

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Sappy said...

Okay, I gotta admitt, Bud is so dang cute! PS, Pen has my email address, and would you pleeeeeeease send me the recipe so I can compare?