Jennie and Vera have paired this delicious collection of popular American flavors with Jennie's new book, "Pass the Ketchup, Hold the Jargonese Please." Savor these classic favors and return to plain English in the home with Jennie's book. Three 12-piece boxes are filled with each of the following cookie delicacies:
Jen Ultimate Oatmeal Cherry
whole wheat & white flours + dried Michigan cherries + Madagascar vanilla + ground oats
Featured as Snack of the Day on The Rachael Ray Show.
Consume within 5 days.
A Slice of Pecan Pie
roasted pecans + caramel + buttery cookie
Consume within 14 days.
Brown Butter Bubbas
Nutty brown butter gives these intoxicating cookies a velvety melt-in-your-mouth texture.
Consume within 30 days.
The American Collection is packaged in a less is more way... simple yet elegant white boxes tied with choice of black or white grosgrain ribbon.
About the book:
Before Jennie and Vera's Cookies, Jennie Näss was in the thick of
the corporate world, and knows this about Jargon Junkies: the world is
full of them. These people are addicted
to using jargon language that is either incomprehensible or simply
inappropriate for the situation or relationship. Whether you are a
parent using corporate lingo with your children, or simply having a
hard time understanding the terms used by children today, it is
important to learn how to sober up and start using plain English.
As a recovering jargonholic herself, Jennie Näss shares her story of
having kicked the jargonese habit and claimed victory for being
jargon-clean with her family and friends since 2005. Learning to
communicate effectively in all situations is vital, and requires
modifying language to fit the audience. This hands-on guide offers a
12-step program to clean up jargon addiction, and encourages families
to put these new jargon-free exercises into practice as soon as
possible. Pass the Ketchup, Hold the Jargonese Please is a bold way to
take back simple conversation with family and friends. Get on the plain
English wagon and lose the need for jargon in everyday language.
140 pages (paperback)