Wednesday, March 4, 2009

The Best Way to Eat a Ginger Cookie

We've been taking ginger cookies on vacations for years.  You can make them the day before, freeze them a head of time and they hold up well for several days in an air tight container.  But, if you want to make a really beautiful cookie that tastes melt-in-your mouth wonderful, try dipping one of these soft cookies in some white chocolate!  They are hard to beat.  If you want an extra nice surprise with your cookie, make it into an ice cream sandwich and serve it with warm carmel sauce.  Honestly, it doesn't get any better than that.  Which way do you want your cookie?
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  1. oy vey! Look how beautiful those recipe cards are!
    I love it!

    I'll take mine with the ice cream and caramel sauce!

  2. Thanks, Jenny! Next time I make some up, you and your sweetie will be getting a little package. . .

  3. Pleeeeease remember that I'm only around the corner and oh so willing to test any samples!
    Congratulations on a lovely, helpful, and tempting site. YOU are!

  4. We'll have to make the ice cream sandwiches! Your blog looks so good (and so does the food!) Very impressive. I want to come to some of your classes.

  5. Just found your blog, love it!

  6. Thanks to each of you for your Kind comments! I love feedback! I love cooks, no better people in the world.


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