These Texas Cowboy (Cow Chip) cookies are crispy on the edges but chewy and moist in the middle, and have a hundred mix-ins (Pecans! Chocolate! Corn Flakes! Coconut!) that combine to make the Texas of all cookies.

These Texas Cowboy (Cow Chip) cookies are crispy on the edges but chewy and moist in the middle, and have a hundred mix-ins (Pecans! Chocolate! Corn Flakes! Coconut!) that combine to make the Texas of all cookies.

My Grandma would stand the glasses in the wire shelves of the fridge so that the jello was tilted  firmed up at an angle : )

My Grandma would stand the glasses in the wire shelves of the fridge so that the jello was tilted firmed up at an angle : )

Aspergum, tasted like oranges. When I was little I begged my mom to get this. It was heavily advertised and I didn't realize what it was. I thought it was just gum that made you feel better. One Saturday morn, during cartoons I kept getting into these. I wondered why I felt sick the rest of the day. That's being a stupid 7 yr old!

Aspergum, tasted like oranges. When I was little I begged my mom to get this. It was heavily advertised and I didn't realize what it was. I thought it was just gum that made you feel better. One Saturday morn, during cartoons I kept getting into these. I wondered why I felt sick the rest of the day. That's being a stupid 7 yr old!

I wore it all the time back then. My boyfriend pronounced it "Ba-bay" like it was a French perfume.

I wore it all the time back then. My boyfriend pronounced it "Ba-bay" like it was a French perfume.

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