Monday, November 12, 2007

Saved, by cookies


So, I got brave tonight and pulled out a cookie sheet. I know, I threw in the towel and gave up baking -- for good, I thought -- but somehow I found a spatula in my hand this evening and somehow I gave way to a chocolate-chip cookie craving.

I tried a new recipe, courtesy of my sister, Jessica (the best baker I know). I'd share it with you, but sorry -- the recipe is top secret. Jessica's not into her big sis divulging her best creations online. Besides, these cookies are valuable -- as in, Jess could make a killing on them. And when she writes a cookbook, I'm sure this recipe will take it's rightful place. Let me tell you why: First, they're light. I know what you're thinking, and let me assure you: They don't taste light. I don't know how she did it, but they're crunchy on the outside and gooey and soft on the inside. A perfect cookie combo -- and the perfect remedy to extricate me from my baking funk.

Ah, it's good to be in harmony with my oven again.

3 comments:

k/ kpublicrelations.com said...

If they taste anything like they look~ please reserve a copy of Jessica's future cookbook for me! k

Katie said...

Jess is the best baker!

Anonymous said...

Jessica should use the words of Edward Leedskalnin for her secret recipe. She must say to them, "It's not difficult really. The secret is in knowing how." Edward Leedskalnin took the secret to the grave with him.