Big Fat Cookies

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Chronicle Books, Aug 10, 2012 - Cooking - 132 pages
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Nobody's ever made baking history with a scrawny cookie. No matter what the occasion, nothing beats the big, fat, homemade kind. With this deliciously fun cookbook and a few simple ingredients, anyone can whip up a quick batch of one of 50 different gigantic crispy, chewy, or fancy-pants sandwich cookies. From classic Super Chocolate Chip to colossal Mocha Mud Mountains, Jumbo Coconut Macaroons to Lemon Whoopie Pies, this is total cookie satisfaction. Introductory material includes tips on buying the best ingredients, techniques such as mixing and forming the perfect round, baking ahead and storing, and for those who actually like to share their cookie show to pack them up safely so they won't break on the way to the party. So, get that sweet tooth ready and bite into a Big Fat Cookie.
 

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Cookies don't always get much credit for being desserts, partly because of their small size. Klivans's creations, however, give cookies the size they need to hold their own at the end of a meal (or ... Read full review

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GOOD recipes!!! yummy cookies. Read full review

Contents

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13
storing and freezing cookies
19
chocolate chipestuifed cookies
25
a happy birthday oatmeal cookie
31
butterscotch marble blondie drops
38
superesized ginger chewies
44
pineapple and macadamia islands
51
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Elinor Klivans is a notable cookbook author and food writer, publishing articles for Bon Appetit, Eating Well, Fine Cooking, and the Washington Post among others. A former pastry chef, she is a member of IACP and currently lives in Camden, Maine.

Antonis Achilleos is a New York-based photographer, originally from Cyprus. His photographs have appeared in Martha Stewart Living, Real Simple, Food & Wine, and Saveur.

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