Science cookie cutters

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11 Responses to “Science cookie cutters”

  1. Gloria says:

    Those are BIG cookies. nom nom

  2. faithmanon says:

    I ordered mine last week, got them very quickly and am planning to cook up a big batch this weekend for our lab picnic! FUN!

  3. irksome says:

    Cookielution is only a theory.

  4. Rich Keller says:

    I’d use sprinkles for precipitates.

    irksome, d’ough! what kind of half-baked comment is that?

  5. bookninja says:

    Must. Have.

  6. Bender says:

    Cutting the cookies in those shapes will be the easy part. The hard part comes when it’s time to ice them as well as she did in the photo (good luck with that!).

  7. ScienceMarshall says:

    Check out the facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/sciencecookiecutters cool stuff! Decorating certainly is the hard part!

  8. Rose M. Welch says:

    Oh, my God! This is the first time that I’m happy to live in Oklahoma! :P

  9. karl_jones says:

    I’ve been saving some ergot-infested rye for a special occasion. Cookie madness, here I come!

  10. Anonymous says:

    Can these be sold to communities with glassware sales restrictions? Afterall they will be used to manufacture stimulants. Now I’m off to find my stash of refined sugar…

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