Cooking Cookies

October 24, 2009 § 2 Comments

I have discovered at least one thing I really like about working a 7:30-4:30 job.  If I have a spontaneous urge to bake at night, I

1. Have the money to buy the ingredients

2. Likely already have them stocked, since I have my own kitchen

and 3. Have nothing stopping me (like reading Ecclesiology books, studying Greek, writing essays on Modernism, or wedding planning, all of which kept me very busy the last couple of falls).

So, one night I decided to bake these:

PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY THUMBPRINTS (Martha Stewart Living, Oct. 09)

With the help of my kitchen aid mixer, oven mitts,

new baking sheets,

and a chair —

I made these! They were delicious. Perfect with a glass of milk and your favorite knit *rabbit pillow.

*limited availability at Savers.

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§ 2 Responses to Cooking Cookies

  • Amy K says:

    I’m so happy the rabbit pillow figured into this. And the chair.

  • Rondi Lauterbach says:

    you are such an inspiration to me dear…not only baking and sharing recipes artfully but coming up with such a philosophical appreciation of your current status as a working woman. Huzzah!

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