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Baking Failure with Linky

These look good, but the ground tea in the cookies gave it a bitter aftertaste, and the chocolate in the bread turned out bitter too.


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  1. My daughter once made brownies with salt instead of sugar.

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  2. These look delicious in spite of the failure LOL I just hope Rhonda has recovered ;-)

    Have a baketastic week

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  3. Anonymous3:50 AM

    You could have deceived me with the pictures, they do look delicious. Sorry for the failure, maybe next time will go better.

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  4. I have to give you kudos for at least trying. You're already a step ahead of me!

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  5. Bummer - but that's how we learn, right?

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  6. Well at least you have the courage to place the fail on your post. I would not even come close to posting a failure. lol

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  7. I once had a business meeting catered and ordered "green tea cheesake" I had no idea it would actually have tea leaves in it. Not so good....

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  8. Disappointing they didn't work out because they sure look delicious.

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  9. We've all had what we would consider to be failures. Keep trying!

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  10. What a shame - they look so good... !

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  11. Aw, too bad. Wasted chocolate.

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