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To the Moon Alice: Pistachio Pudding Rocket Pops

July 4, 2008

Happy 4th of July! These are by far my favorite pops from our “Popsicle Week” adventures. How can you possibly not love anything that looks like a rocket ship?! And they’re green to boot, although I’m quite sure that real aliens probably don’t taste like pistachios. Using these Rocket Pop molds really made me wish […]

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Erin Cooks the Internet: March 11, 2008

March 11, 2008

Do any of you use Twitter? Because I love it and would like nothing more than to follow you. If you aren’t familiar with the Twitter phenomenon than please check out this fabulous video: Twitter in Plain English. Engadget is reporting that HGTV and The Food Network will begin simulcasting in HD on March 31. […]

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Erin Cooks The Internet: January 5, 2008

January 5, 2008

After work yesterday I went to The Pru to meet Chris and pick up a half priced calendar at Barnes and Noble and some cute Bachelorette party invites from Papyrus for my cousin Amanda’s wedding. Of course an hour later I’d spent much more than I’d intended after hitting the Victoria’s Secret Sale. Then I […]

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Mummy’s Microwave Peanut Brittle

December 21, 2007
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We have evil “Shovel Men” at our apartment. They are in league with the “Crack of Dawn” commuters. Ever since it started snowing in Boston our apartment complex hired a team of men to keep the walkways, courtyard, and driveways clear. I truly do appreciate their dedication. What I don’t appreciate is that they have […]

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Erin Cooks The Internet: December 16, 2007

December 16, 2007

I was feeling a little guilty last night after after realizing that I had essentially missed all of the donation opportunities that have been going around my workplace when I remembered that the Menu For Hope is still underway. After scanning the prize list I set my sights on the two night culinary class and […]

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