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A very important holiday is here!
I am embarrassed to say that I’ve had my pumpkin-shaped cookie cutter for years.
Turn pumpkin seeds into an irresistible seasonal treat with this simple recipe.
This is awesome, easy to make, and a huge hit at parties when you want to serve something more creative than hummus!
By Lauren, on December 9th, 2009
Welcome to Thanksgiving Week 2011! Every day from today until Saturday, I will be posting recipes for Canadian Thanksgiving, which is coming up next weekend.
Last week I shared the fun at had a the Soup’s On event in Mystic and raved about the Curried Cauliflower and Chickpea Stew that ended up winning the ‘Best Soup’ title that evening. Luckily, the recipe has been shared and is only a small variation of the recipe from Epicurious . In this recipe, Coconut Oil is used instead of Vegetable Oil.
Monday, October 29, 2012
If you are finished with your holiday baking or think your holiday goodie list is complete, think again.
In a medium bowl, whisk together flour, cocoa powder, cloves, salt, and baking soda. Place butter and brown sugar in the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment; mix on medium speed until pale and fluffy, about 4 minutes.
Since you are not tired of my banana recipes , here comes another one, with a special help from good friends coconut and chocolate. :) Quick to put together and delicious, these muffins are perfect for the rainy day/couch/TV combo – but I can assure you they taste great on a summer day, too. ;) Banana, chocolate and coconut muffins slightly adapted from here
Featured Ingredient: Coconut Pity the poor beleaguered coconut. Long castigated for its saturated fat content, many health organizations have urged people to treat it as they would cyanide – avoid at all costs.
Really…I’m not on a tangent about BESTS all of a sudden, it just happens that after a discussion on how I best like to make mashed potatoes that I wanted to post these cookies. I have tried so many recipes that people proclaim as the best. Whether they really think they are or are simply trying to get some Google juice from claiming they are, I had just never had a chocolate chip cookie that was unique enough to garner that praise. I mean I’ve really tried and I’ve had some really good versions in the effort. I’ve tried the New York Times cookie inspired by Jacques Torres and admit that a bit of salt is a super idea. I’ve also made the chocolate chip cookies from David Lebovitz and Alice at Savory Sweet Life that I’ve seen highly praised and they too are really, really good.