I’m in the Cookie of the Month Club. I’m not bragging. I didn’t decide to join it myself because I’m a lady of leisure with extra income to spend on cruise rides and decadent baked goods that come to my very door. It was a gift. From a famous person with thousands of dollars to spare you ask? Surprisingly, no. It was a Christmas present from a regular person with a normal job. So maybe you should think about what kind of gifts you give to your friends and if they’re up to snuff.
Listen, this isn’t about a guilt trip about your sub par gift giving or my exclusive membership to a club that you aren’t in. I simply want to write a review of the cookies each month. January has come and gone and the cookies were good. I believe they were regular chocolate chip and chocolate chocolate chip, but I can’t recall them specifically because I’m not some memory genius and I live in a hectic workaday world. So I’ll begin my reviews with February’s cookies.
Type of Cookie: Peanut Butter
Texture: Crumbly and a little hard, which isn’t my speed but I know some people enjoy that.
Taste: Peanut buttery with a hint of salt.
Overall impressions: I won’t kick any cookie out of bed, but I prefer a softer texture with less salty after taste.
Until next month!
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