Tag: cookies

The Peanut Blossom – The 10th Day of Our 12 Days of Cookies

The Peanut Blossom – The 10th Day of Our 12 Days of Cookies

Peanut butter lovers are in a class by themselves. They are obsessed with that sticky, gooey, rich slather that is enormously satisfying with just the lick of a spoon. Add in some flour, sugar and of course chocolate (in this case in the shape of kiss) and you have a peanut butter lover’s sweet dream. […]

| December 15, 2012
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The Black ’n White Cookie -The 11th Day Of Cookies

The Black ’n White Cookie -The 11th Day Of Cookies

Today we are highlighting New York City’s signature cookie, “The Black ‘n White.” This Gotham classic can be found all over metro New York in neighborhood delis and their gourmet counterparts like Dean and Deluca and Zabar’s. In our quest to find the origin of this New York native, we were surprised that the cookie’s […]

| December 11, 2012
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The Twelve Days of Cookies

The Twelve Days of Cookies

Christmas and cookies are synonymous, so we are bringing you the twelve days of our favorite cookie recipes to enjoy and share with family and friends during this joyous time of year. On the twelfth day of cookies my mother made for me, delicious Almond Crescents.  This is one of my favorite holiday recipes and […]

| December 9, 2012
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Chocolate Chip Cookies, Crisp and Crunchy or Thick and Chewy?

Chocolate Chip Cookies, Crisp and Crunchy or Thick and Chewy?

Tollhouse Cookies aka Chocolate Chip cookies are a staple in every American family’s cupboard.  The chocolate chip cookie was accidentally developed by the owner of the Toll House Inn in Whitman, Massachusetts in 1930 when she ran out of unsweetened chocolate for her chocolate cookies and substituted semi-sweet cut up chocolate which baked in as […]

| November 26, 2012
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