Got Milk? the Cookie Book

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Chronicle Books, 2000 - Cooking - 144 pages
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Are you a muncher, a dunker, a nibbler? A chomper, a splitter, or a frosting licker? Inspired by the overwhelming popularity of the Got Milk? campaign, this book is the perfect companion to a tall, cold glass of milk. Studded with 34 lip-smacking color photographs, Got Milk? The Cookie Book boasts more than 50 unturndownable cookie recipes. Perfect for all ages, this easy-to-follow book has something for everyone. Chocolate Quakes will delight the whole family. And when they ask for morelots moreserve up a sweet and satisfying batch of Choco Lots. Throw an afternoon tea party and impress guests with Gilded Dark Stars and dainty Lace Cookies. For little ones who want to try their hands at baking, it's child's play with a whole chapter devoted to chocolate chip cookies every way you like them, from thick and chewy to crisp and crunchy. Plus, there are lots of tips and tricks for baking great cookies every time. Got Milk? The Cookie Bookbecause you never outgrow cookies and milk.

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This cookie recipe book really is fantastic for someone who is starting to branch out from recipes on the back of a package. Reason for that is, the book explains the ingredients, what makes a crunchy cookie, what makes a soft cookie... baking ratios, etc. I learned my basics for branching out with this cookbook. I have won multiple blue ribbons in the county fair, and my family and loved ones would say I am the best cookie maker west of the Mississippi. I still use this book. This book is priceless to me. 


Cookies and
Chocolate Chip Cookies
TwiceBaked Cookies
Butter Cookies Shortbread
Mostly Chocolate Cookies
About Tulipes Tuiles Lace Cookies
Macaroons Meringues
About the Classics
Decorated Cookies
Royal Icing Cookie Paint

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About the author (2000)

Peggy Cullen is a freelance food writer whose work has been featured in Bon Appetit, Gourmet, and Food and Wine. She lives in Massachusetts.

Rita Mass is a photographer whose work has appeared in Martha Stewart Living, the New York Times Magazine, and elsewhere.

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