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October 30, 2012


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I can almost taste their gingery goodness. xo


Oh man. Those look so good.


Awesome! They look delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe. You always amaze me!


My goodness Kathleen, don't those look delicious. I may have to try making some (although mine may not look as polished as yours). I like the sounds of cream cheese and gingersnaps. I see in the last post that you have snow already! We have had endless days of rain, but no snow yet. I am dreading winter already!!

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

My mouth is watering big time!!! That looks sooo good. Will give it a try.


Yum! Time for lunch (and dessert)!


They look delicious. I love the small size.

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