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brownies

A regional colloquial term for amphetamines (especially Dexedrine-dextroamphetamine) which are placed in brown spansules.
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Chocolate brownies are so versatile and they can generally carry most flavours very well.
Or the time I'd bake brownies in our home in Syracuse, New York, with my then 5- and 3-year-old daughters as my little helpers.
The chocolate, marbled with cheesecake, makes for a fun twist to the traditional brownies and could be ideal if you are looking for a change.
With brownies being such an important segment of the category, we set out to elevate the brownie experience with the Hostess brand and, in doing so, co-branded with Mars," said Hostess chief marketing officer Burke Raine.
Skelmanthorpe Brownies have raised hundreds of pounds for the Fire Fighters' Charity.
You can whisk for your life and create loads of air, resulting in brownies that rise then collapse after taking them out of the oven.
METHOD: First preheat the oven to 190c and line a 30cm x 20cm brownie tin with baking paper.
BROWNIES from Shard End recently attended a Big Brownie Birthday Stay Away event that was held at the Girlguiding Training Centre, Foxlease, in Hampshire.
Delightful Pastries boasts a divine selection of brownies, including Fudge Walnut Brownies ($3-$3.
BROWNIES from south Warwickshire took park in big discos to mark the end of Centenary Celebrations.
BROWNIES have been celebrating a centenary of the movement.
Girls celebrate Brownie birthday HUNDREDS of North Tyneside girls embarked on a cosmic Star Quest Spectacular adventure to celebrate the 100th birthday of the Brownies this month at Wetherby Racecourse.