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Nothin' Says Lovin' Like Peanut Butter Cookies

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We heard last week from the 1998 Pillsbury Bake-Off winner, who wrote a book about her experience. This year's million-dollar grand prize winner comes from Maryland. After 15 years of entering the contest, Carolyn Gurtz won with her Double-Delight Peanut Butter cookies.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

An update now on the Pillsbury Bake-Off. We heard last week from the 1998 winner, who wrote a book about her experience. This year's winner comes from Maryland. After 15 years of entering the contest, Carolyn Gurtz won the million dollar grand prize with her Double-Delight Peanut Butter cookies. She's a homemaker who says her kids are hooked, but the real sign she was onto something good, she says, was when her dog Tucker turned into a cookie monster.

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