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Wednesday, 02 December 2009

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Penny De Los Santos

man this makes me want to drive down the street and buy a kolache.
Great post, and damn you for making me want those delicious bundles of unhealthy joy. I'll take two jal-pigs to go please

Logan@bootsintheoven

My favorite was when the guy in line in front of me asked the sweet, older lady behind the counter how the pumpkin cream cheese roll was. She looked at him for a second and then in a slow Texas drawl said, "It's real good if you like pumpkin. And cream cheese." So true.

Su-Lin

That cowboy is a giant!

Crystal

It was a cherry kolache! And it was deee-licious. Also, Su-Lin, that cowboy WAS a giant. ;)

RONW

those are for us? Merry Xmas to you, too.

Boots in the Oven

Thanks and sorry, Penny! Lots of love here for the jal-pigs.

Logan, how did I forget about that?

Su-Lin, he was enormous!

Crystal, thanks - cherry filling is so tasty. Next time...

Aw, RONW, trade you for malasadas?

Rachel

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