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No-Bake Oatmeal Cookies with Coconut and Oatmeal

I first blogged this recipe three years ago. It’s a childhood favorite that I keep returning to.  This time, though, I used one of the options: adding a cup of shredded coconut. A very good cookie was elevated to sweet perfection. This cookie recipe has three special features. No baking. No flour. No eggs. For…

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Juliet’s Kisses from Michele Scicolone

“Too big.” I said. I know what I am talking about. “They’ll be fine,” Suzen countered. I bit my tongue. I waited. They baked. They cooled. Suzen made the filling and began to assemble these sandwich cookies. “Too big,” she said. I said nothing. I just picked up “a half” and ate it very pleasantly…

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Coconut Joys

  I have a new proof for the existence of God. It would take such superior designer to come up [and conceal] two very distinct but two very complex nut foods. Foods that are encased so deeply you cannot believe how people ever figured out to use them. There is coconut, of course. And then…

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Alafajores Con Bano Blanco: Sable Sandwiches Filled with Dulce De Leche and Covered in Meringue

    This not just a cookie. It is an experience. I’m posting this on the Saturday before Super Bowl. If you are partying and if you want to impress folks — and certainly give your own mouth a bushel of flavors — then you need to consider this marvelous cookie. It’s from Meringue, a…

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