cookie time


‘Tis the season, you know, for COOKIES. I’ve been thinking about cookies quite a bit lately, and there’s one kind of cookie I want to master: the sabl

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8 Responses to cookie time

  1. gaile says:

    Looks like a shortbread dough, rolled in turbinado sugar, then sliced and baked.

  2. cm21 says:

    Not what you’re looking for at all, but in the cookie vein – the Toronto Star newspaper’s website is doing a cookie recipe advent calendar again this year. It’s really neat, each day before Christmas you can open a door on their calendar and get a different recipe. Some of the ones from last year turned out really good so I’m excited for this year’s!
    Website is

  3. Claire says:

    Try these – – they’re by Delia Smith, who’s something of a British institution. The recipe’s in grams, but you can always find conversions online, if you’d rather the usual cup measures.

  4. carolyn says:

    yay this one showed up in activity woot.
    those top cookies look fine. those second ones look amazeballoons.

  5. Samantha says:

    I can’t remember, did I send you this recipe already? It’s a Dorie Greenspan recipe, and she mentions using a food pro to get that sandy texture. I think gran sugar is the way to go too.

  6. Sara says:

    Last December, Cooks Illustrated published a delicious recipe for butter Sable cookies – I don’t have it at my fingertips, but if you want it I can e-mail it to you.

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