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Comment (1) Crispy Chocolate Cookies Half-way through the month and all I have to write about is chocolate cookies. Sad. Crispy chocolate cookies. Chocolate cookies with cornmeal because I’m on that cornmeal textural kick thing. Chococlate cookies with two kinds of chocolate – unsweetened melted... Read MoreSunday, 22 June 2014 - Posted by
Comment (1) Polenta Cookies I’m kind of on a cornmeal in dessert kick. Don’t know why. Last month I hunted for the perfect cornmeal olive oil cake. This month it’s cornmeal cookies. I just couldn’t make them until I had a reason and Saturday... Read MoreWednesday, 21 May 2014 - Posted by
Comments (2) Mandelbrod Aka Mondel Broidt My Mother-in-law Ellie Seltzer, wife of the late Bernie Seltzer (father-in-law and beloved father of my dear darling husband), has been in town visiting with us. Having Ellie here has been a total treat. Why did we ever wait so... Read MoreThursday, 08 May 2014 - Posted by
No Comments Baci Di Dama Disa is in town from Denmark (Disa is the wife of famous brewmeister Niels Thomson of Denmark and she is my oldest friend – we met on the first day of Kindergarten). Check out Disa and Niel’s brewery online –... Read MoreWednesday, 23 April 2014 - Posted by
Comment (1) Almond Honey Squares I was 17 when I started college at San Francisco State University – SFSU– a semester late. I started in January 1975 instead of the traditional September. Everyone was already comfortably settled into dorm rooms. I was late because I... Read MoreThursday, 10 April 2014 - Posted by
No Comments Post-Christmas Cookies, No. 2 – Pecan Shorties This is the second of the new to my repertoire cookie recipes. The first, posted last week brown butter, brown sugar, shorties and now this one, traditional Pecan Sandies. I forgot to mention that the three cookies that I’m writing... Read MoreThursday, 16 January 2014 - Posted by
No Comments Post-Christmas Cookies When I was young, my mom would every now and then make a batch of sugar cookie dough and we would get to make cut-out cookies. The dough was delicious both raw and plain baked. The baked, frosted cookies were... Read MoreSaturday, 04 January 2014 - Posted by
No Comments Cinco De Mayo!! You would think that for May 5th, Cinco de Mayo, I would cook and write about Mexican food – that’s what I did last year. Nope. Not this year. This year I’m writing about chocolate cookies.  I should have added... Read MoreFriday, 10 May 2013 - Posted by
No Comments More Beautiful Family And Family Of Family And Cocoa Nibs And Sea Salt My husband always tells me that he has no family (except his kids and us). I’ve written about this before. I can’t figure out if he really believes it or if he’s looking for sympathy or what the deal is... Read MoreTuesday, 26 March 2013 - Posted by
No Comments Cookies Of My Youth – Redux I was looking for an interesting chocolate chip cookie recipe. Not that there’s anything wrong with the Toll House recipe but I wanted something different. Maybe even something ‘better.’ I love super crispy cookies – like Tate’s. I think Tate’s... Read MoreTuesday, 06 November 2012 - Posted by