I talked about this last year around Thanksgiving, but I wanted to share with you guys (probably for the bachelors, mainly) my VERY simple, yet VERY tasty Oreo pie recipe. I guess I could name it Cool-Oreo. I may have seen this recipe here on the Food Forum last year. It's so simple guys, a 7 year old could make it, and this could be a great idea for some of you parents. INGREDIENTS: You take one of those aluminum pie dishes, usually about 8 or 10 inches in diameter and 4-5 inches deep. You need one large tub of Cool Whip (plain or flavored is up to you). One normal size package of Oreo cookies (regular old-fashioned kind). And one large cup of milk. INSTRUCTIONS: With a spoon or a spatula, make about a half inch layer of Cool Whip on the bottom of the pie dish. Then take Oreo cookies and soak them momentarily (not an exact science, maybe about 5 seconds or so) in the large cup of milk. Make a single flat layer of Oreo cookies on top of your layer of Cool Whip. As many as will fit flat without stacking any on top of one another. Try not to drip too much excess milk into the pie dish. Once you have your base Cool Whip Layer and your Oreo cookie layer, simply repeat until you get to the top of the pie dish or until you run out of cookies. Make the top layer a Cool Whip layer, and if you like, do something imaginative to decorate the top of your pie, if you like. Refrigerate until you are ready to set it out for eating. So simple, so fool-proof, and yet so incredibly tasty. I got many compliments on how simple and good this "Cool-Oreo" recipe is.