Today kids, we're making cookies. Doesn't that sound like fun? And even more fun; these cookies are called Snickerdoodles!! Hello!!! How adorable do those sound?!
If I had a Little Pony, I would call it Snickerdoodle. But I don't have a Little Pony...it's just a little
My Little Pony, Megan and
What's in a name? That which we call a cookie
by another other name would taste so sweet....and smell like brown butter and cinnamon!
As per Wikipedia: The Joy of Cooking claims that snickerdoodles are probably German in origin, and that the name is a corruption of the German word Schneckennudeln ("snail noodles"), a kind of pastry. It is also possible that the name is simply a nonsense word with no particular meaning, originating from a New England tradition of whimsical cookie names.
I am soooo not going to share what the Urban Dictionary has to say about a Snickerdoodle. Perhaps I might rethink calling my little pony, Snickerdoodle. But you know what? I am still loving the word. Snickerdoodle. Yeah, it's awesome. Now, let's hope these cookies live up to the name. (Smooth segue...less smooth for pointing it out.)
Hey, I think it's time to get to the cookie making. And we are just going to ignore the migraine knock, knock, knocking on my brain. Stupidhead migraine. I'm going to bake that pain right out of my head (after a brief medicated interlude.) Let's all go to the lobby...let's all go to the lobby...let's all go to the lobby and medicate this head.