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Puttin' on The Mitts: Cookies and fudge and truffles, (please share) oh my!

Here at the Brainerd Dispatch, we love to share. Food, that is. Specifically, we love goodies - cakes, brownies, cookies, pastries, candy - we love it all.

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Email us at themitts@brainerddispatch.com or snail mail at; Puttin' on The Mitts, P.O. Box 974, Brainerd, MN 56401. Include your name and the city where you live along with your recipe, idea and/or photo. Include your phone number, too - not for publication, but in case we have any questions.
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Here at the Brainerd Dispatch, we love to share. Food, that is. Specifically, we love goodies - cakes, brownies, cookies, pastries, candy - we love it all.

It's not strange to walk by any given desk in the Dispatch and see some sort of treat just waiting to be tasted. With Christmas around the corner, we're sure to be stuffing our faces with all kinds of yummy desserts.

Puttin' on The Mitts wants you to share your favorite holiday hankerings with us for possible publication by Dec. 16.

Email us at themitts@brainerddispatch.com or snail mail at Puttin' on The Mitts, P.O. Box 974, Brainerd, MN 56401. Include your name and the city where you live along with your recipe, idea and/or photo. Include your phone number, too - not for publication, but in case we have any questions.

Thank you to everyone who's sent in their goodie recipes so far, we'd love to try them all. Look for us next week with our own holiday treat recipes and a couple of yours! The rest will be featured on our blog, http://puttinonthemitts.areavoices.com .

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The women behind the mitts are Chelsey Perkins (L) and DeLynn Howard (R).

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