The Dirty Mind of a Bored Cook

While sifting through my Betty Crocker cookbook, a guilty pleasure of mine, I started to have some dirty thoughts about these so-called recipes. Each one is a cheap porno flick waiting to happen!

Take the snickerdoodles, for example:

Heat your oven to 400 degrees and make sure it’s hot because that’s what mama likes. Take a hard, wooden spoon and mix together 1 1/2 cups sugar, margarine, shortening and eggs. mix it hard, real hard. What’s that? You’re all wet? Well, here come your friends to make it all better. Welcome to the party flour, cream of tartar (he’s naughty), baking soda and salt. Once the party gets started there should be nothing but wet balls. Roll these balls around in your hands and cover them in cinnamon and sugar. Bake these balls until they are nice and firm. Let cool and eat like this:

Okay! Okay! So I added the last part but you have to admit that it is pretty easy to relate to the wet mess waiting for the dry ingredients to get to the party. Come on! We’ve all been there! No? Okay, so maybe it’s only me then.

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