I decided on the next type of cookie I want to learn – rolled cookies. There is no definition in the 1964 Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, but I assume they classify rolled cookies as a cookie where you roll out the dough. Scotch Shortbread proved quite challengingly for me.
I found a cookie recipe that is a drop cookie but more transitional because it requires refrigeration prior to baking. They come from the 1976 Betty Crocker Cookbook that I found at my Mom’s house. Since I couldn’t decide which type of cookie to do next, I thought these would make for a fun transition.
For the last few weeks my husband allowed me to play his hunter character on Destiny 2. I don’t really know how to play first person shooters so this was a fun learning experience for me. I found this story to be pretty ironic, much the same way as I feel about Hermits.
It’s been awhile since I tried to do a drop cookie recipe from the Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook. The last cookie recipe I tried didn’t turn out well no matter how hard I tried to make it work so I decided to take a break. Fortunately, this recipe, Coconut Oat Drops, was delicious.
For quite a few months, I experimented with oatmeal cookies at Tom’s request. Oatmeal raisin cookies are Tom’s favorite. I tried a bunch of different recipes, including improvising some of my own but I never felt like I got it right. When I saw this recipe from The Artist’s Palate, one of Norman Rockwell’s favorites, ...