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24 January 2004 @ 11:39 am
Morna and Bricriu came over to watch some B5 last night, and i decided to do something really crazy. I actually cooked some of the cookie dough i got at costco! Amazed, aren't you? :)

Unfortunatly if i stricly follow the directions i can only fit about six cookies on the baking sheet i have. There was still some space between them when they were done cooking, so i could probably squeeze them a little tighter and get at least 8 in, but they might start merging together. (And they were pretty mutant cookies to begin with anyways)

I also played a little FFTA yesterday, and i also finally gave in and signed up with a recruiter. Unfortunatly they said they only have 4-6 companies they normally work with up there. However they said they didn't mind if i worked with a second company as well and/or sent in some resumes on my own, as long as i coordinated with them on it.

Spent this morning watching cartoons and burning backup CDs so i could free up some hard drive space on my laptop.

Thinking about going to dungeon tonight. No, really, i mean it this time :)
Current Mood: random
Sister Atom Bomb of Courteous Debateakiko on January 24th, 2004 09:12 pm (UTC)
Either ou have the world's smallest baking sheet (TM) or you're making giant cookies. I can fit 16 on one of my cookie sheets, and they're about 2-3 inch cookies.

Then again, these cookie sheets are just a tad too large to fit in my dishwasher, sadly ('cause they're dishwasher safe.)

The other sheets I have hold anywhere from 9-12.
DonAithnendonaithnen on January 24th, 2004 11:12 pm (UTC)
My baking sheet is a little oddly shaped, it's slightly oval. It varies from 11.5 and 12 inches deep, and 14 and 16 inches wide.

The instructions said i was supposed to leave two inches between cookies, and the before cooking the "cookies" were between 1 and 2 inches in diameter.

So on average, need maybe 3.5 inches per cookie, with an extra two inches on the far end. So (12 - 2) / 3.5 = 2.8 rows of cookies, and (15 - 2) / 3.5 = 3.7 columns of cookies. I was being slightly conservative, so that's 6 cookies. I could probably get that up to 12 cookies if i risk them merging together or flowing off the edge.