Now THESE are chocolate-chip cookies! (tutorial link)
Yay, me! I’ve been selected to host an upcoming edition of the Kosher Cooking Carnival, a blog carnival focused on… okay, I won’t insult your intelligence.
Stay tuned in Adar for a round-up of exciting Purim-related posts from the blogosphere or blogoverse or bloggetty-blogland or whatever they call it these days. And, of course, if you have something fun and foodie, please submit it because I haven’t a clue what I’m going to include!
I just posted a step-by-step tutorial for my roll-your-own “Pillsbury-style” freeze, slice and bake chocolate-chip cookies. It’s more of a technique than a recipe, and I didn’t think it was entirely appropriate for this “baking” blog because it’s not bread OR cake. But this is absolutely my favourite way to make never-fail ccc’s, so if you like them as much as I do, here’s the link yet again!
The freeze, slice and bake technique ensures perfect-looking cookies (okay, ignore the lopsided batch shown above) that are deliciously thick, crisp, chewy, perfectly baked and above all – fast and homemade!
Once upon a time when I used to bake Pesach cakes, my ever critical kids decided to one-up me and bake a perfect-looking Pesach cake. Yes, it was gorgeous,unlike my own. But they admitted that my lop-sided cake was really much tastier. I'm sure that your cookies are perfectly delicious! I'm sure too that your KCC will be fantastic!!ReplyDelete