Operation Baking Gals Round 31 Roundup

I wanted to take a minute to thank everyone who participated in Team Beantown Baker for Operation Baking Gals Round 31. Team members sent care packages to my friend Nate who is stationed in Afghanistan. Nate should be getting all of his packages later this month. Thanks again everyone who helped make Nate’s day a bit brighter.

I asked the members of my team to send me any pictures or links to blog updates about their packages. I love seeing all the hard work people have put in to help make a stranger’s day. Here are some of the things that Nate will be receiving from our team.

Elaine sent chocolate banana bread, brownies, puppy chow, honey crystal roasted almonds, Readers Digest, Fiber One bars, deoderants, True lemon (add to water), Crystal Light, Orbit peppermint gum, and a thank you card with B’day wishes. She also lined her box with red/white/blue tissue paper and sprinkled red/white/blue foam stars throughout.

Erin and Shauna sent sixteen dozen cookies and bars: Cookies and Cream Cookies, Dream Bars, Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies, White Chocolate and Walnut Cookies, Chocolate and Peanut Butter Chip Cookies

Mary sent 6 dozen snickerdoodle and molasses cookies.

Debbie sent 1 dozen each of Brazilian coffee cookies, Mounds cookies, Almond Joy cookies, double peanut cookies, sugar cookies, patriotic chocolate chip cookies, patriotic raspberry cheesecake cookies, peanut/chocolate chip cookies, chex mix, sunflower seeds, candy, gum, beverage mixes, Ritz bits & Oreo snack paks, beef jerky, granola bars, neck coolers, and relaxation ball.

Shannon sent some Neiman Marcus cookies.

Tiffany sent Oatmeal Butter Tart Squares, Chocolatey Raspberry Crumb Bars, 7th Heaven bars, Peanut Butter Cup Cookies

Anita from Fearless Captivations sent 22 chocolate chip cookies, 12 big white chocolate chip macadamia nut cookies, 24 sugar cookies, 12 chocolate brownies, and 12 yellow cake brownies with chocolate chips

Heather from The Budget Baker sent Raspberry Streusel Bars, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies, and two containers of Mt. Olive pickles

Alicia sent some candy, chips, and drink mixes.

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2 Responses to “Chewy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies”

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    Colleen — March 12, 2009 at 6:03 pm

    Nothing is better than a perfectly made oatmeal raisin cookie – yum!

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    Becca — May 19, 2009 at 9:30 pm

    Just baked and blogged these. They were great! The nutmeg in these is phenomenal.

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