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    Yeah QNS, sounds so yummieeeeeeeee and no calories
    What are Peanut Butter Cowboy cookies? How do you make those?

    Hi DD! Hope you will be back soon!

    Still waiting on news about Bram. I have no idea when he has to go to Groningen. I didn't speak to my DS today as I was gone for most of the day and I didn't see him online. I hope to hear from him tomorrow.
    I'm calling it a day, sleep well all (or have a great day) and CU all tomorrow!
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    Please, QNS, share with us the recipe for the Peanut Butter Cowboy cookies. Yum!!

    Look at the beautiful block Dublb sent me. I love it. Thank you Bev!!Name:  Dublb.jpg
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    Just like the Chocolate Cowboy Cookies and the Butterscotch Cowboy Cookies. Start with basic cookie dough....1 cup of white sugar, one cup of brown sugar, one quarter stick of butter,room temperature, cut up, 2 eggs, with mixer "cream"/whip the mixture 'til it turns a light color, add no cook jello pudding the flavor you wish (Chocolate, Butterscotch, or white chocolate for Peanut Butter) 1/4 c. vegetable shortening, 3/4 c peanut butter, 1 T of vanilla flavoring. Stir completely with mixer. Dry ingredients: 3 1/2 c. flour, (1 cup of Quaker Oats, if you wish or another cup of flour) 1 teaspoon of baking soda, and 1 teaspoon of baking powder, and 1/2 teaspoon of salt, peanut butter chips and 1 c. pecans...mix dry ingredients, then dump it into the 'wet' ingredients in the mixer bowl and blend together on low speed until it all combines together. Use small to middle scoop and place on parchment paper on your cookie sheet...add a taste of chocolate with a chocolate star or piece of Hersey chocolate bar in the center...Bake at 350 degrees for about 12 to 15 minutes. Remove from oven and cool.

    That is a cool block JanRN; I am getting a machine like Dublb has so hopefully I can embroidery like that before long. Dublb has began her vacation of three weeks going with friends to Louisville, Kentucky for a workshop.

    Enjoy the cookies in the virtual RV. All cookies are done and ready to serve. About 200 of each kind is available. They freeze well.

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    PS...I added toffee bits to the butterscotch, and put a small thumb print of homemade peach jelly in the center of them.

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    OMG, QNS, I just gained 5 lbs reading about those cookies!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeanieG View Post
    OMG, QNS, I just gained 5 lbs reading about those cookies!!!
    Yeah but I cut and pasted the recipe as those cookies in the Christmas goodie box were the first to go! GD Elise chastised Gpa for eating them all! A must keep recipe here!

    Good to hear from you and DD.

    mirabelle--I dream quilts--you get them done. So enjoy watching you create! And pretty soon Carrie's propellers will be spinning off the ground. Keep at it.

    QE a "wee bit o' luck o' the Irish" in Out to Pasture I like the cream triangles extending into the border. It sends the cream chain blocks out to the pasture as well. Diagonal quilting would reinforce the diagonal direction of the design. Your border fabric is quite busy and detailed quilting may get lost in it. JMHO

    Jan hoping for an end to Mom's house woes. Way to go for standing your ground on the $10K concessions. Give some people an inch and they'll take a mile. dublb your Jan block will look lovely with her other two.

    Having worked almost daily with DH all our married life we never argue. NOT!! We just give each other the silent treatment! Both know each other so well that sooner or later whatever's bothering us will be laid to rest. But in the meantime it's worrisome.

    We've had 3" of rain in the last 72 hours and it's raining again. DH got the lawn mower going in time for the rain to start. Should've taken a picture of 4 yo Avery dancing in the dandelions yesterday! A pretty sight except it was dandelions. Going back to getting fabric put away so I can then get play space ready for the kids to use. This switch better be worth it as it's taking along time!!!

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    Hi Everyone! How are you all?? I'm Laurie (the author of the Pony Club) and I've returned from a long visit to my cave. Frankly, I had just been feeling rotten healthwise and couldn't do much else but rest, so that is what I did. Hopefully, things are looking up now. I don't have any life threatening illnesses or anything like that, just lots of problems some of which are fibromyalgia and nerve damage to my feet and legs. Figuring out the right medications has been a challenge and some of those medications have made me sleepy or just a little crazy and unable to write a clear sentence. LOL Don't mean to complain—just wanted you all to know where I disappeared to so suddenly. You are all so very kind and I do hope to be a real part of this group in the future, and I'm looking so forward to it!

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    Welcome back, Mercysland. Do drop in anytime in our virtual RV and have a cookie with us. Bf suffers from fibromyalgia but it has not stopped her from enjoying her quilting!! We have a guest room with her name on it.

    She raised three children on her own and drove 60 miles each way daily for over 30 years and never missed a day of work. Remarried to my highschool best friend's brother and they have been together for 25 years now, with 17 dgchildren, great grands, and gggrands...and is younger than I am. We have one grandson, and raised three children, two girls and a boy.

    I enjoyed making the FWSQ and PC quilts, telling my childhood stories with the blocks for their enjoyment in future years. This group encouraged me to excel and finish both quilts. We have refused to end our QB friendship...now working on designing a "town-country" quilt showing all our 'front' doors to welcome one another via a quilt.

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    Thanks for the encouragement QuiltingNinaSue, I really appreciate it!

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    Laurie great to see you here!

    QNS--sounds like it was a day for baking. We made bran muffins this morning and then tonight DD#1 made cornflake bars (use rice crispy bar recipe, but add peanut butter to the marshmallows/margarine and use cornflakes for the cereal). It cooled off again here so having the oven on today was a good idea. Looks like we will have a few more cool days...kind of nice.

    Jan that MB is very pretty...great job Bev!

    QE--I like how your Out to Pasture projects turned out. Sorry no suggestions for quilting.

    Karen--great job on your two shared quilts. Looking forward to seeing how you decide to quilt them.

    Great to hear from so many today. Tired tonight so heading to bed early....

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