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aerynkelly·nothing to see here, move along·regular
The cookie brigade are the people who wander around PAX handing out biscuits and taking donations for Child's Play.
They sound like very nice people. Probably not a thing she would be interested in though, she doesn't care about Penny Arcade or PAX in the slightest. I tried to get her to join in at the Artist's Corner because she's very artistic, but she's not really much of an online person at all. Maybe checks her facebook once a week or so? She spends most of her spare time carriage driving, much of it for a charity group very similar to the RDA.
We really need bakers, so if she'd be willing to just bake stuff for us, we'd be ever so very grateful.
What kind of stuff were you needing baked? I am a cooking person, so if I have the time I might be able to contribute a bit.
Anything a hungry convention goer might like to have really, as long as it doesn't have to be kept cool or hot and can be done up in individual baggies. Chocolate chip cookies are always popular, but at previous PAXes we've had lollies, musk sticks, Anzac biscuits, fudge, cheese straws, gingernuts, shortbread, etc. in addition to US staples like peanut butter cookies, sugar cookies, oatmeal cookies, M&M cookies, etc. Geek theme usually goes down super well - we had one really clever baker last year who created minecraft edibles: water, stones, grass, and dirt. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B1UUwPGCMAMA6Vq.jpg and of course bacon chocolate chip is immensely popular.