The best Scottish shortbread handed down through my family. Crumbly, sweet and buttery.Read More
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Sue Devor – Gail’s honorary aunt – is an extraordinary baker. During Gail’s childhood, Sue would make her favourite decadent chocolate meringue cookies every Passover. Today, no Passover is complete in Gail’s home without them. These addictive cookies are a little crispy on the outside with a gooey, chewy chocolate centre.Read More
This is an easy cookie - you cut out the centre of the top cookie, if desired. Lemon is always a favourite because its tart taste contrasts with other sweeter offerings. You can buy lemon curd (I usually thin it down with a little whipped cream) or you can make your own.Read More
This is not only a good example of a drop cookie, but it is also the definitive chocolate cookie - with chocolate in the dough and chocolate chunks distributed throughout the cookie. It is always first to go on a tray of mixed cookies.Read More
This is the definitive chocolate monster-chunk cookie, with chocolate in the dough and chocolate chunks distributed throughout, adapted to be gluten-free. It's an irresistible combination of chocolatey tastes and textures.Read More
In his travel guide/cookbook /restaurant guide, Serious Eats: A Comprehensive Guide to Making and Delicious Food Wherever You Are, Ed Levine delves into everything from pizza ovens to chocolate chip cookies.
Esther Tabert is a second-year student at Stratford Chefs School with a strong interest in food writing and styling. Her recipe appealed to me because it was a sweet take on her mother’s love of chamomile tea.Read More