I had made a batch of oatmeal cookies for my family before, and my family said they wanted “softer” cookies. I found this recipe by April Bloomfield, that looked like just the right stuff. And oh my goodness they are soooo soft, they break apart
When I read articles like this one on marketwatch or on cheatsheet.com (wow so dramatic) or on inc.com. I’m struck by the defensiveness and negativity of the articles. These articles are vastly different from the articles by real FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) people, like
So I’ve seen a bunch of articles talking about whether or not real vanilla extract is worth it. There are some really good ones that you should read like this one on epicurous or serious eats and of course cook’s illustrated. But i think that
I live in NYC, which is a really high cost of living area where a dozen eggs costs $1.69 instead of the national average of $1.12. That means if I was going to use my local prices on the site, every recipe would see incredibly expensive!
Welcome to my slice of the web. Imagine if you can not only say that the cookies that you are eating are more natural than the chemical and preservative filled cookies, but also are saving you money! Well here you will be able to find