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a plain cookie whose chief ingredients are butter, flour, and sugar.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Seven months later, she ate a peanut
at a transplant support group meeting.
Unusually flavorful for a
, and with a short crispness that explodes with chocolate flavor in your mouth.
dough that has too much flour mixed in becomes a base for a peanut butter-coconut-chocolate-dream bar.
Milkshakes are made with real, hand-scooped ice cream, with a small
wrapped around the straw.
District, died after tasting a peanut
while on a field trip sponsored by his school.
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