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(Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
September 2, 2009

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Remember when mom kept a tube of slice-and-bake cookie dough in the fridge so you could bake up a batch whenever the mood struck? And you know how, as you got older, those cookies didn’t taste as good as they used to? Joanne Chang of Flour Bakery + Cafe has got you covered. She offers quart containers of refrigerated cookie dough ($14) so you can have cookies whenever you want, freshly baked from your own oven. Chocolate chip or oatmeal raisin is always available; call ahead to request peanut butter, double chocolate, ginger molasses, milk-chocolate hazelnut, and chunky lola (with pecans, chocolate chips, oats, and coconut). The dough will keep for about a week; roll it into balls for the freezer. These are definitely not your mother’s slice-and-bake cookies - but, kids, what’s not to love? Flour Bakery + Cafe, 595 Washington St., Boston, 617-267-4300; 12 Farnsworth St., Boston, 617-338-4333. ANDREA PYENSON

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