Well, Karin has limited my responses to boring, predictable comments. However, she is not very fast and I know I can push the send button, quicker than she can edit. I found your use of unsalted butter exquisite–light and crisp—or as Karin would say when she was little—thick and creamy, like a twinkie.
Karin is at Walmart, now, so we can talk. You are cordially invited to any Sunday dinner (24 hour notice required), so I can share my “down from the farm,” ancient Danish secrets. I hope we can meet someday, because you sound fun. Do you have any gluten-free recipes for a friend of mine, who cannot enjoy cookies? Okay, well I just heard the door and Karin is back, so we have to part.
Karin’s Mom! I will be taking you up on the offer for a down-home dinner. Your friend should check out this blog: http://glutenfreegirl.blogspot.com/ it is really amazing and dedicated to gluten-free cooking.
I’ll look forward to meeting, and I hope Karin enjoyed Walmart (I can’t believe they are open on Thanksgiving!)
I just pulled these cookies out of the oven, and they smell fantastic. My mom was lecturing me about how much butter was in them, but she got pretty quiet after she tried one. I cannot wait to take them over to my friend’s house for our Back to the Future Marathon!
Great cookies. I took them to a party – and they were the first to go. I made the cookies into a drop cookie – which saved a lot of time. I frosted the top of the cookies. So easy. Can also use a buttercream icing on top with butter, confectioners sugar, vanilla and milk. Yum! Thanks for a delicious recipe – will go into my recipe file. Definitely a keeper!