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  • Oatmeal Sandwich Cookies: If You Give a Cookie Some Stuffing

    Oatmeal Sandwich Cookies: If You Give a Cookie Some Stuffing

    Forget all the bad, soggy oatmeal cookies you've ever had. Picture instead a moist-centered, butterscotch-imbued, crisp-edged cookie flecked with nubby oats. Add to this the fragrant nuttiness of toasted coconut. Then subtract any chewy raisins that may have accidentally wandered into the picture, a...

  • In Pictures - Incredibly Easy Cookie Recipe

    In Pictures - Incredibly Easy Cookie Recipe

    Summer vacations are here and my house is packed with cousins. So we decided to bake some chocolate chip cookies and started gathering supplies. One of the essential ingredients for making chocolate chip cookies is brown sugar. To my disappointment I couldn't find it at the local grocery store. So l...

  • A healthy cook's sweet secret

    A healthy cook's sweet secret

    "She doesn't bring dessert," a friend's teenage son complained when he heard I was coming to dinner. "She brings fruit."That was true for decades. But no more. You may know me as a health maven, but in my kitchen I have a double life, one in which the olive oil remains in the cabinet while bricks of...

  • Prized holiday desserts from readers

    Prized holiday desserts from readers

    We asked, you gave. Recipes for your favorite, prized holiday desserts, that is, and nearly 200 of them flooded our inbox during the first week of December.I was the lucky recipe tester who got to bake up and then sample your irresistible sweets.It's usually the opposite around here. I come up with ...

  • Be the kid in this cookie shop

    Be the kid in this cookie shop

    Having started in February this year, Cookie Garage is a venture by two homemakers Vicky Kamlani and Renisha Bharvani and offers an assortment of baked goodies including chocolate chip cookies, cornflake cookies, cheese biscuits and ready-to-eat waffles.Homemaker Vicky Kamlani grew up in New York an...

  • Cultured butter: Fatter, Nuttier, tangier

    Cultured butter: Fatter, Nuttier, tangier

    Diane St. Clair started making her extraordinary butter - the butter that Thomas Keller serves at Per Se and the French Laundry - after breaking her leg in an accident with a team of draft horses on her farm in Vermont.That's when she determined that cows were safer. "They'll kick you at first," she...

  • How to cook the perfect digestive biscuit

    How to cook the perfect digestive biscuit

    It's the good, old British staple - and it's always there for you, come rain or shine. Just don't expect it to actually do anything for your digestion ... OK, the digestive biscuit isn't going to win any prizes for excitement - it lacks the exotic glamour of the garibaldi, the aristocratic connecti...

  • Ham and biscuits mean happy guests

    Ham and biscuits mean happy guests

    Are you ever still famished when you get home from a holiday party?Here's an idea for when it's your turn to host: Set out a pile of little sandwiches. They are simple, tasty and substantial. When I was growing up, it was mini rye bread rounds or tiny bagels with chopped liver or creamed herring or ...

    Read More: biscuits, cookies, ham, party
  • Almonds: the baker's unsung hero | Ruby bakes

    Almonds: the baker's unsung hero | Ruby bakes

    Almonds provide a firm foundation for many great bakes. It's easy to build upon their delicate yet dependable taste with flavours such as olive or rhubarbLined up alongside green, paper-skinned pistachios or buttery pecans, almonds - anaemic, lozenge-shaped, creamily bland - can seem rather dull. B...

  • Tender Secrets: Biscuits and Scones

    Tender Secrets: Biscuits and Scones

    The American scone is a confection in crisis. Puffy and pale, supersized and supersweet, it has lost its purpose. Is it a muffin? Is it a pastry? Does it exist to be frosted with icing, or spread with jam - or only to crumble into the crevices of car upholstery?This need not be. To taste a lofty, te...

    Read More: biscuits, cookies, scones
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