Cougar Mountain Cookies

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  1. beckoa
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    Just had a couple on AS755 STL-SEA, and they are pretty good- was the oatmeal chocolate chip. Made the trip back to whY worth it, as they had a bunch of leftovers, and I ended up with a few ;)

    The ones to/from Hawaii- they are good too... can't remember the varietals.

    But... why not offer a couple in F if there are ones left over. :confused:

    Yes this is another food thread :p
     
  2. seaflyguy
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    I don't know what this says about which airline, but I frequently pine for some of the Y food when I'm in AS F, whereas I never wish for Y food in UA F. Ever.
     
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    Even when AS served snack baskets in the back (sandwich, etc.) on West Coast routes, they had great cookies in them, when the F "mealette" had a small chocolate mint - I'd ask the FA to scrounge up a leftover cookie or two from the back if there were any left.
     
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    I just did SEA-HNL The cookies were Kona Coffee Chocolate Chip. Tasty.
     
  5. beckoa
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    Those are the ones... :p Would like to have a case of them...

    Oh and wonder what the shelf life is of these?
     
  6. Bob Smolinsky
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    Sounds like s p0rn parody of selling girl scout cookies ;)
     

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