Join the revolution and change the world one cookie at a time. We need more kindness and Dorie Greenspan has decided that baking cookies and sharing them is the way to make the world a sweeter place; I like her thinking and couldn’t agree more! You can read her post and find the recipes on her website.
It is no secret that cookies are one of my favorite things and this is the perfect excuse to bake them! Having a kitchen to bake them in is even better!!! My only issue, the lighting. Our last house was so bright and had many windows and a skylight; it was so easy to find a place to take a photo. This house, is a challenge. All of the windows in our kitchen face the covered patio and in the front, the porch shades the window. The cedar plank paneling in the kitchen also gives everything a ruddy appearance. It will take some time, and probably a lot of white paint but eventually, I hope to have an easier time of taking photos in my kitchen. Until then, I go out to the garage-it actually has a decent amount of light in the window!
These are the January recipe, Olive Oil and Wine Cookies, and you can find the recipe here. While the title give the cookies main ingredients away, after you bake and age them, no one will know what is in them! These cookies disappeared fast when I set them out on the buffet at the pot luck dinner for our last Master Gardeners meeting. My advice, make these on a day that you have the time and then let them age for three or four days. If you keep them airtight, you will be able to enjoy them for a week after that. They are perfect for sharing and just a perfect for an afternoon cup of tea. Spread the kindness; bake cookies and share them!