By Jennifer McHenry on June 27, 2008
There are a few food combinations that never get old. Peanut butter and jelly is one of those combinations for me. I will gladly eat a PB&J most any day. This recipe using that delicious combination recently called out to me from the pages of one of my favorite cookbooks, Martha Stewart's Cookies.
By Jennifer McHenry on June 18, 2008Sometimes I think chocolate can be made into just about any dessert form. Here we have it as a cobbler, which is usually associated with fruit. While I don’t think that this is a cobbler in the traditional sense, I find that it’s so good that I don’t really care what you call it.
By Jennifer McHenry on June 12, 2008
As a general rule, I'm not much of a fan of the standard chocolate chip cookie. In fact, you'll find that the pages of BoB do not contain such a cookie. I usually like something else tossed in there with the chocolate. Maybe some nuts or dried fruit or whatever else catches my attention from my pantry shelves.
I happened upon this recipe and became intrigued. I am drawn to those recipes that take a traditional food and give it a little twist. It keeps things a bit more interesting. But, still, no nuts or anything? Would swirling chocolate chip cookie dough with chocolate chocolate chip cookie dough be enough for me? I will answer that with a resounding YES!