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21 comments to “12 Days of Cookies: #2 Lottie + Doof + DORIE!”

  1. I started my blog to participate in Tuesdays w/ Dorie and Baking really is a wonderful cookbook for a first time baker :)

    Great interview! I love her answer about the mandoline. So funny!

  2. I love her, too! And I think it was your links list that turned me on to her. Now I check her blog daily. Great stories and recipes. Gorgeous cookies Tim! x

  3. Very cool! So happy to read her interview. i just posted a Dorie recipe too! She is truly a baking guru. Love her book.

  4. It’s hard to write a comment when you’re blushing as much as I am right now. Thank you so much for this kind, sweet and yes, way over-the-top post.

    Your cookies are absolutely perfect and I’m so happy that you liked them. I always love the way you photograph your food, but I was tickled by the way you photographed the cookies on top of my book. Adorable.

    Thank you and ‘merci’, too — Dorie

  5. GORGEOUS! And I love Dorie!

    If you roll up in here with an interview from Ina Garten, I’m moving in with you.

  6. Wow, great idea, and so exciting that you got Dorie on board! These look fabulous – but really, doesn’t everything she bakes? I’m such a fan. Of both of you!

  7. Viva Dorie Greenspan! May she outlive us all.

  8. gorgeous. reminds me of the huszarcsok (hussar’s kisses) i grew up with, but more delicate. can’t wait to try these!

  9. These look beautiful! I may have to set my usual recipe for Linzer cookies aside and give this one a whirl. I’m a huge fan of Dorie and it was such a nice surprise to see this post.

  10. WOW, what a blog (Thanks, Dorie, for posting this link on Twitter). And, the pictures are amazing and I have just put a post-it note on that page in Dorie’s book. Holidays, here we come!

  11. Awesome! way to start out with a bang for sure :) and these cookies – they look fabulous!!

  12. oh my god these look fabulous. i used to work in a cupcake bakery and during the holidays we’d always whip ourselves up a batch of linzer cookies to munch on yummmm

  13. I’m giddy at the thought of Dorie on your site… can only imagine how you must feel! The cookies look scrumptious.

  14. This is such a delightful questionnaire. I adore the “come back as a fruit or vegetable” question.

  15. I ordered her book, and I already have a linzer cookie cutter that’s just waiting to be used. Thanks for reminding me to put the two together!

    Great Q&A!

  16. I’d certainly be as excited to have Dorie on my site! She does sound as wonderful as I expected. Thanks for sharing her words and these marvelous cookies with us!

  17. I have linzers (“drei augen”) in the oven as I type, and the scent is intoxicating. I love them rolled thin (a hassle, but lovely), and filled with red currant jelly – stunning good. Thanks, Dorie!

  18. i’m so bummed… every cookie i’ve liked the look of on your blog contains nuts (which i love, but my partner is highly allergic to.) any ideas on what i could substitute?

  19. Hi Yvette! Sorry about the nut allergy. This truly was not the cookie collection for folks with nut allergies. The Linzers are hard to replicate because the flavor really relies on the combination of nuts. You could easily use a butter cookie dough and flavor it with some cinnamon and allspice and make little sandwiches. Also, the walnut shortbread are great without the walnuts! I would definitely give them a try. Tomorrow’s recipe is also nut-free, so stay tuned.

  20. Hi! I made these and they taste awesome, but they got soggy in the container! Any tips on why and how I can salvage them? Thaks!

  21. Hi Ariel, They’ll keep longer if you don’t fill them with jam. Keep cookies in airtight container at room temperature and then fill with jam before serving. Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do once they get soft. These are really best eaten within a couple days of baking.

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