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Bittersweet Decadence Cookies by Alice Medrich

“Did you publish yet?” The publicist for Alice Medrich’s Seriously Bitter Sweet just emailed me. Of course I published. I remember this beautiful cookie that tasted just impeccably perfect. I searched my blog history. Gee, that’s funny. Suzen and I made the cookie [okay, I watched and she made it because her trust level in…

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Kahlua Frosting

This coming Sunday is Mother’s Day and it may just be time for husbands and kids to spend some time in the kitchen. Make Mom a cake. Frost the cake. See Mom smile. Actually, see Mom roll her eyes when you surprise her with a spectacular frosting that transforms any cake — white, yellow, chocolate…

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Coffee Shots from European Cookies

If you love cookies, if you love to bake, then Krisztina Maksai’s new book, European Cookies For Every Occasion, is a must have addition to your bookshelves. It’s brilliant, eye opening, and sure to transform the meaning of “cookie” for the rest of your life. I’m serious. The recipes are Eastern European and the cookies…

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Spring and Cobblers and Crumbles

There is something about that first crocus of spring. One day the ground is covered in snow. The next in hard brown earth. And then this little trooper just shoots up for too few days of glory. I had to use Photoshop on this picture to take out the snow just to the side. If…

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