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Who doesn’t love a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on occasion? I mean, really. The salty peanut butter combined with the sweet, fruity jam? It’s a perfect combination and even better as a cookie. Two crisp peanutty cookies sandwiching a fruit filling, preferably grape but strawberry works too. That’s what we’ve got today as our 11th cookie. (more…)

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We’re coming to the end of these 12 Days of Cookies and maybe you’re running out of steam. Just a little? Well, here’s a really easy recipe and a homey one at that. Banana Walnut Bars. They’re like banana bread crossed with a cookie and couldn’t be better. (more…)

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I have a massive stash of tea in my pantries – tea bags, loose, tins, bulk bags – accumulated both locally and from my travels. I like tea, what can I say? Not long ago, I was looking for a particular type amidst the stash and came across a small jar of tiny, beautifully pink rosebuds I’d purchased in Chinatown. I opened the jar and took a whiff … lovely! It was like sticking my nose in a summer rose bush. What could I do with these? Could I work them into my cookie project? Oh yes I could.

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The idea for this one came from a really outstanding pie I made over the summer. Blueberries and lemon are a natural and obvious pairing but I think blueberries and lime are even better. I also happened to have a few bags of dried wild blueberries hanging about, looking for a home so a holiday cookie they became, the two flavors working exceptionally well into the simple butter cookie dough.  (more…)

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A few posts back, I did a chocolate cookie. Well today, I do a CHOCOLATE COOKIE. This one is for those intense chocolate lovers out there. A soft chewy chocolate cookie filled with a puddle of raspberry chocolate filling. Amazing.

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As a kid, I consumed Christmas stories like a fiend. A “Christmas Carol” all the way to “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas”, I read them all again and again. Somewhere in one of those books, the children woke excitedly on Christmas morning and rushed to see what gifts Santa had left them. I read in disbelief as they emptied their stockings to find oranges and walnuts. Oranges and walnuts?? What the hell? Oranges grew on the tree outside our kitchen window. Who get oranges of Christmas? I’d be pissed.

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This one, and it’s infinite variations, is a perennial holiday favorite. Last year, I posted a recipe for Russian Tea Cakes which, to be honest, is roughly the same recipe but with pecans instead of walnuts. Use almonds and shape them into crecents and you’ve got Viennese Horns (wait ’til next year.) But this one, these Mexican Wedding Cookies, are packed with walnuts, have a little bit of cinnamon and that same dunk into powdered sugar while warm for a light, fluffy coating.

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