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Atomic cookies

Posted on Monday, April 4th, 2011 in idle by NicholasCLewis


The creative people over at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories are making atomic cookies using a traditional cookie press.  These cookies are in the shapes of hydrogen atomic probability functions.  It is very cool to see cooking hacks like this and we wonder what other creative geeky cookies could be made using a cookie press with custom inserts.

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