Warm cookies for dummies

I decided to join the MyOpera cooking challenge. So, what could I cook… Well, cookies of course! But I'm not good at making them. So, what to do? Well, lets seek help on how to warm up ready made cookies ๐Ÿ’ก …

:sherlock:
First search how to warm up some cookies.

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Next choose the most promising hit.

:left:
Read the instructions.

:whistle:
Get the cookies.

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Put them into microwave oven.

:chef:
Turn on the oven and slowly count up to 30.

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Take the warm cookies out.

:happy:
Enjoy!

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68 thoughts on “Warm cookies for dummies

  1. That works on day old scones too. Sami you are one informed dude!This post has me jumping for joy!

  2. Tom, I suppose you have no microwave oven there in the desert :awww: Although, the whole desert has been one huge oven during the summer ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. Thank you Thomas and Antonietta :)Originally posted by samoht1:

    you just won the price for "Mosy lazy coockie cook"

    I'm not lazy :knight: I spent almost one hour for this project :jester:

  4. ๐Ÿ˜† Wird they havnt learned about packing yet. When I buy toner for my printer, opening is like breaking in to Ford Knox ๐Ÿ˜†

  5. Sami my friend, I am living so fare away from anything so the microwave oven have not reached this desolate place ๐Ÿ˜† Out here it is custom to bake every time we have guest ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. @Serola I'm not lazy I spent almost onehour for this projectI wrote lazy cook! Not "Lazy Blog post writer", as you defently are a non lazy writer, you hold a high standard in that regard ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. They won't even let me have a kiln out here anymore Sami. I think they're afraid I'll make myself out to be a song writer. that really chafes?:rolleyes:

  8. Originally posted by samoht1:

    I wrote lazy cook!

    :doh: Guilty as charged But the package was difficult to open :left: ๐Ÿ˜€

  9. I have never microwaved a cookie, ice cream OTOH… :angel: But will totally try to since i'm (ab)using microwave a lot lately; but not for pre-made ready to microwave dishes.

  10. Originally posted by Frlmnk:

    It should melt in your mouth?

    Package :yikes: :confused: Create idea, eatable package ๐Ÿ’ก :jester: Originally posted by missevilat:

    (ab)using microwave

    :insane: What on earth are you doing with it :confused: ๐Ÿ˜†

  11. Thanks Violeta ๐Ÿ™‚ Electric oven is just fine as well, I think ๐Ÿ˜€ And I found out cookies are so dry already, so they will not get soft in microwave.

  12. :confused: doesn't the sugar tend to soften anyway?Try a steam cabinet?:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

  13. Originally posted by Schalandra:

    Was that cooking or baking?

    http://www.thefreedictionary.com/baking :p :jester:

    To cook (food) with dry heat, especially in an oven.

    Thus any kind of warming up of food can be accepted as cooking, I guess :lol:Originally posted by qlue:

    freshly nuked!

    These cookies will make you glow in the dark! :sherlock: ๐Ÿ˜€

  14. Wow! Mad Scientist I don't know if your showing your age or locale. ๐Ÿ˜† I haven't heard a microwave heating refered to as a "nuking" since the '80's!:yes:

  15. To talk about cookies, flash cookies can they harm Opera Mini fans? Nice photoS. And nukers are not lazy: they have searched for a microwave first, tried to read the fucking manual and placed the thing somewhere.Edit: well, you can off course go to the station like i do and use the oven there. Still you have to choose what to heat.

  16. Studio41 :cheers: Originally posted by Adonisali:

    flash cookies

    What on earth are those :confused:Originally posted by Adonisali:

    Nice photoS

    Thanks :)Tom is watching us :left: :insane: ๐Ÿ˜€

  17. Originally posted by serola:

    I'm not lazy I spent almost one hour for this project

    ๐Ÿ˜†

  18. You mean the network speed? 384 kilobit/sec is the maximum that SE K800 is capable of, and for that I have also made the deal with my operator. However, I'm always using 2G (GPRS) because it's fast enough for me and uses less power on SE K800.

  19. 2G is of course included ๐Ÿ™‚ That's what they have to give me where ever I go, even in backwoods. Although, I still keep on finding places where's no network at all :awww: For example my provider has quite good cover on main roads but very poor network along the railroads.

  20. "Networks are a pain in thebutte! " – ๐Ÿ˜† Am I to take that personally? :jester:Use a mesa?(Just thought of "The Event" tv show; such sparks haven't been the concern since Kathy and Patty were in diapers. :jester: not)All this electronic gear I have now, is very difficult to maintain despite the prevalence of networks, yet, like just now, if my charger isn't functioning right and I won't have the news to read I feel less confident in a sense. I really want to work abs and obliques now?

  21. Originally posted by Frlmnk:

    That's what she said

    Who said and what? :left: :right:

  22. normal Cookies as a computer term for files containing privacy info is different from the programfiles put by flash to revive those cookies.was mentioned in an article in as รญ believe the dutch paper de PERS EDIT: 23 aug 2010 depers.nl in dutch but well how is the google translation?

  23. "Sony Ericsson user" – crossed wires are another time waster but I need ample "whatage?" to solder effectively!

  24. Originally posted by Frlmnk:

    Nokia bike charger

    Excellent innovation :up: No, I don't have it, besides I'm Sony Ericsson user ๐Ÿ˜€

  25. I repeat for emphasis, butane gas soldering iron for soldering in the field. :yes:.That's the only alternative to a 240v ac mains 40w soldering iron. :hat:.

  26. I did have a small pencil tourch but that got fouled before I could use it. How's that on circuit boards?

  27. It's been the experience with the one that's kept me from purchasing the other. I'd really prefer not to do the repairs or the construction out in the field. But, that's about the way it is, regardless.

  28. You need to get the type with an actuall soldering tip. The pencil torch usually just has a flame tip which is no good for electronic work. The brand name that comes to mind is Weller. :up:.http://za.rs-online.com/mobile/search/searchBrowseAction.html?method=getProduct&R=0660400this company is world-wide although they use a different trading name in the US (probably so as not to be confused with Tandy Radio Shack :p)But any well stock electronics spares shop should have similar. :up:.Keep an eye out for Diy type stores that would carry Dremel and similar products. :up:.

  29. I've used gas soldering irons before. What I like most about them is that they reach the right temperature very quickly compared to electric irons. But the 'pencil torch' you mentioned was probably the type that just has a flame nozzle. They aren't much use for anything in my experience. (except in the jewelery industry)A good gas soldering iron is an excellent investment for someone who's seldom near a mains outlet though. :up:.You do get battery powered soldering irons, but I've found them to be under powered. Also, their batteries don't last long per charge so you end up spending more time charging them than using them. :faint:.

  30. That's cheap. The one I linked you to is ZAR1455 which works out to about US$200 :left:.

  31. My monthly check just got deposited. It's $664.00. At the rate things I own get worn out and broken there's no way I can afford that.

  32. Originally posted by Frlmnk:

    At the rate things I own get worn out and broken there's no way I can afford that.

    Then you simply can't afford to solder unloess you can get mains current somewhere! :left:.Nothing You can afford will do the job without mains current! :awww:.

  33. Pretty much! If it's parts on a board I might be able to get it done with a "Cold Heat" solderer. It shorts 6v between 2 halves of a graphite tip. It's not real efficient and the heat tends to disipate before the solder melts. An already hot tip puts the heat right on the joint thoughFor wires I've on occasion resorted to heating up a nail on the stove. ๐Ÿ˜†

  34. No I would not be able to accept such limits in my life! :insane::lol:.Well, I hope you find a solution you can afford! :awww:.

  35. I've tried moving into monestaries but it seems I'm even too poor to take a vow of poverty!

  36. You really should see the tv shows I get on this cell! It would blow your mind how they seem to dovetail with things I've posted. News articles too. What's a little tracking cookie.

  37. Originally posted by Frlmnk:

    tracking cookie

    :no: Not those cookies! They make you sick ๐Ÿ˜€

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