Cookies: The New Classics by Jesse Szewczyk

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  • Preserved lemon-crinkle cookies

    • Cotonqueen on December 18, 2021

      Lovely recipe, easy, fresh flavor.

    • EmilyR on October 27, 2021

      Preserved lemon is one of my most beloved secret ingredients and I was excited to try this recipe, which didn't disappoint.

  • Everything bagel biscotti

    • Cotonqueen on December 18, 2021

      Phenomenal recipe. Can't wait to make it again.

  • DIY preserved lemons

    • EmilyR on October 27, 2021

      Since having my lemon tree while living in Los Angeles I'm forever having preserved lemons prepared for whenever the mood strikes. Like all good things, these take time. Make them in advance.

  • Lavender chocolate chunk cookies

    • EmilyR on October 27, 2021

      This is a great recipe. I was a little weary of not needing to chill these, but they turned out wonderfully.

  • Chewy apple cider sugar cookies

    • EmilyR on October 27, 2021

      I used honey crisp apple cider, but it didn't reduce enough, which left the batter rather liquidy. We instead put it in a loaf pan and incredibly it turned out a nice sliceable loaf. The flavor is good and probably even more concentrated in cookie form.

  • Cilantro-lime sugar cookies

    • EmilyR on October 27, 2021

      Cilantro can be so divisive, but I loved these. They remind me a bit of a margarita with the Mexican flavoring. I sprinkled mine with sea salt and love the combination.

  • Vanilla bean and sumac cookies

    • EmilyR on October 27, 2021

      The sumac didn't seem to come through strongly, though they made the cookies look more pleasing. I might try to adjust the amount next time.

  • Chewy blueberry muffin sugar cookies

    • EmilyR on October 27, 2021

      These got rave reviews for those who I shared them with. I liked the little packaging technique to get the blueberries nestled into the middle.

  • Cornmeal thumbprint cookies with quick strawberry jam

    • EmilyR on October 27, 2021

      These are rather sweet, so I might reduce the sugar a tad next time. I didn't make the quick jam, because I had some of my long process Bavel strawberry preserves leftover to use.

  • Matcha amaretti cookies

    • EmilyR on October 27, 2021

      I love amaretti and these are fun twist. The matcha shines in color and flavor.

  • Malted brownie biscotti

    • Kinhawaii on December 19, 2021

      Very nice, not too sweet, just like crunchy brownie ends- made crunchier!

  • Cinnamon-rum raisin oatmeal cookies

    • hbakke on December 20, 2021

      Delicious cookies, although they took longer to bake than the stated time and mine were much browner than the pictured cookie. They don't taste boozy but have a nice spiced flavor. I would make these again, but make them smaller.

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  • ISBN 10 0593235665
  • ISBN 13 9780593235669
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  • Published Oct 26 2021
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Clarkson Potter

Publishers Text

Move beyond the same-old chocolate chip, peanut butter, and oatmeal cookies with Jesse Szewczyk’s collection of 100 brand-new, boldly flavored, and intriguing-yet-familiar recipes. Divided into chapters by flavor profile—Chocolatey (Salted Bittersweet Brownie Cookies), Boozy (Brown Butter and Guinness Skillet Cookie), Fruity (Chewy Blueberry Muffin Sugar Cookies), Smoky (Smoked Butter Chocolate Chunks), and Savory (Cacio e Pepe Slice and Bakes)—these treats offer a kaleidoscope of textures and flavors. Filled with stunning photographs and reassuring guidance for make ahead, storing, and gifting, Cookies offers immediate gratification for hungry bakers looking to take their cookies to the next level.

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