Thursday, March 01, 2007

Odelia's Favorite Cookie Recipe

After yesterday's post about Girl Scout Cookies, I had a couple of readers recommend that I post Odelia's favorite cookie recipe, which first showed up in the foreword of The Curse of the Holy Pail. So, get out your mixing bowls and cookie sheets, or should that be your sneakers and car keys? Anyway, here it is:


1. Wait until March;

2. Go to nearest supermarket;

3. Locate young girls in brown or green uniforms; they can be found in front of the store by a folding table, usually accompanied by a parental figure;

4. Purchase at least twelve boxes of Thin Mint cookies;

5. Place cookies in freezer, consuming no more than one box per month, preferably less;

6. Next March, repeat steps 1-5 above.

1 comment:

Kate Thornton said...

It's my favorite cookie recipe, too.

And they don't call them Thin Mints for nuthin - well, actually, they do. Although they are sorta thin and laden with minty chocolate goodness. I can eat a box at a time if they're frozen and it's hot outside. Oh, Sue Ann - they are lovely!

Thanks for all the great reading on your blog - it's the highlight of my early morning!