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Glenys's picture

A recipe for a cookie in a magazine within the last month that has sundried cranberries and chocolate in it? Looked at it a dozen times and want to make it, can't find the recipe. It won't be Gourmet, BA but that doesn't narrow it down much considering how many magazines I buy. Don't think it was British or Australian. Colour photo of stacked cookies. Ring a bell?

courgette's picture

(post #65820, reply #1 of 33)

Not offhand, but I'm glad to see I'm not the only one with that problem. Sometimes I think I'm losing my mind. Buy the ingredients and then can't find the recipe. Sometimes I can't even remember what kind of recipe. LOL.


I'll take a look but bought more books than mags in Aug for a change. They do sound good though.


Mo


 

Adele's picture

(post #65820, reply #5 of 33)

Buy the ingredients and then can't find the recipe


A couple of years ago I had something in my fridge, couldn't remember what I bought it for (can't remember what it was now- LOL).  Came here and asked if anyone knew why I had XXX, and sure enough, I was answered by Meanie.  Pretty scary when people in cyberspace know why you've bought an ingredient at the store- LOL


But, but, it's SUPPOSED to taste like that!

But, but, it's SUPPOSED to taste like that!

marie-louise's picture

(post #65820, reply #2 of 33)

Do you get Sunset Magazine by any chance-sounds like something that's in there every month, LOL.

Glenys's picture

(post #65820, reply #3 of 33)

Don't get Sunset. I have a sneaky suspicion it's in MS's Everyday Food, which I buy and leave at the lake.

CulinaryArtist's picture

(post #65820, reply #4 of 33)

September's Everyday Food has a recipe for cranberry oat cereal bars made with Cherrios and marshmallows. The next page has Chocolate Chip cookies with a color photo of stacked cookies with parchment paper sheets between!  I'm sure you could add chocolate chips to the cereal bars or dried cranberries to the chocolate chip cookies!  If you'd like either or both recipes I'd be happy to post.

Jimbo the TRAVELING CULINARY ARTIST


http//:www.travelingculinaryartist.com

Jimbo the TRAVELING CULINARY ARTIST

http//:www.travelingculinaryartist.com

Gretchen's picture

(post #65820, reply #6 of 33)

We might need just a little more to go on.

Gretchen

Gretchen
KarenP's picture

(post #65820, reply #7 of 33)

http://forums.taunton.com/tp-cookstalk/messages?msg=29662.1


This link will take you to IndexGuy's index of all of the Fine Cooking articles.  Take a look at the main dish vebetable items, see if it rings a bell.  Then we can work from there!

unbaked's picture

(post #65820, reply #8 of 33)

Food and Wine? I swear I saw that, too and I don't think I've picked up anything but that and my subscriptions of FC, Gourmet and BA.

'The desire to make an effort to improve the lives of those around you does not yet live in everyone, but it does live in everyone who cooks.' -Bill Penzey, one magazine

'The desire to make an effort to improve the lives of those around you does not yet live in everyone, but it does live in everyone who cooks.' -Bill Penzey, one magazine

Wolvie's picture

(post #65820, reply #9 of 33)

I immediately went ot F&W when I saw this post, and couldn't find a recent recipe. I did find one in a Ca mag - called Chatelaine (sp??) or something like that when I googled for recent recipes.

 


"The neo-Darwinists are just like the very religious,"  "They spend all their time defending silly doctrine."


James Lovelock

 

unbaked's picture

(post #65820, reply #13 of 33)

Drat..I thought I saw that recipe and I haven't bought any other magazines 'off the rack' lately. Hrmm. I wonder if I had picked up an Everday Food and just glanced through it at the checkout.

'The desire to make an effort to improve the lives of those around you does not yet live in everyone, but it does live in everyone who cooks.' -Bill Penzey, one magazine

'The desire to make an effort to improve the lives of those around you does not yet live in everyone, but it does live in everyone who cooks.' -Bill Penzey, one magazine

Wolvie's picture

(post #65820, reply #14 of 33)

with all of the mags out there, it's like herding cats to find the newest cranberry choc cookie recipe - literally thousands out there, many of them strikingly similar.  :-)

 


"The neo-Darwinists are just like the very religious,"  "They spend all their time defending silly doctrine."


James Lovelock

 

unbaked's picture

(post #65820, reply #15 of 33)

True enough, but I don't read many. But of course, Glenys could have been reading any number of them.

'The desire to make an effort to improve the lives of those around you does not yet live in everyone, but it does live in everyone who cooks.' -Bill Penzey, one magazine

'The desire to make an effort to improve the lives of those around you does not yet live in everyone, but it does live in everyone who cooks.' -Bill Penzey, one magazine

Glenys's picture

(post #65820, reply #16 of 33)

You know, the more I've thought about this, the more I believe it was an older F&W; don't know why, just think so.

owlafaye's picture

(post #65820, reply #10 of 33)

Just do a chocolate chip cookie recipe.  Balance the cranberries, nuts and chocolate so they equal the chips required.


owlafaye

Cissytoo's picture

(post #65820, reply #11 of 33)

First time here my husband said give it a try . I'm losing my mind, I lost a recipe with different types of peppers in it. Kind of a casserole can any one help


VAVince, welcome to the site.  A couple of suggestions:  If you're looking for a specific recipe, this is the proper section of FC.  However, you'll get a better response if you start a new topic, with the title a brief description of the recipe you're seeking.


Then, as someone else suggested, give more info in your request message.  "different types of peppers/kind of a casserole" is not helpful.

CHandGreeson's picture

(post #65820, reply #12 of 33)

Cranberry-Chocolate Chip Cookies from Yankee?

I literally just saw this Friday in the Dr's office:
Yield: About 4 dozen.

The tart, dried version of fall's "bouncing bog berry" is the perfect counterpoint to sweet chocolate pieces in this chunky cookie. Glasses of cold milk are a must!

* 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, at room temperature
* 1-1/2 cups packed light-brown sugar
* 2 large eggs, at room temperature
* 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
* 2-1/4 cups all-purpose flour
* 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
* 1/4 teaspoon salt
* 1 cup unsweetened dried cranberries (do not substitute fresh berries)
* 1 cup chopped walnuts
* 1 cup chocolate chips

Cream the butter in a large bowl, gradually adding the brown sugar. Add the eggs one at a time, beating well after each one. Blend in the vanilla.

Mix together the flour, baking soda, and salt. Stir the dry ingredients into the creamed mixture in two stages. Stir in the cranberries, walnuts, and chocolate chips. Cover the dough and refrigerate for 1 hour.

Line two cookie sheets with foil and preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spoon heaping tablespoonfuls of dough onto the sheets, leaving 3 inches between each cookie. Bake for about 20 minutes, or until golden brown. Transfer the cookies to a rack to cool.

KitchenWitch's picture

(post #65820, reply #17 of 33)

Every time I see this thread, I can't help think of the B-52s song "Quiche Lorraine"


"Has anyone seen...
A dog dyed dark green?
'Bout 2 inches tall,
With a strawberry blond fall.
Sunglasses and a bonnet,
And designer jeans with appliques on it.


The dog that brought me so much joy,
Has left me wallowing in PAIN.


Quiche Lorraine!"


(the dog left him for a Great Dane. No doubt for dressing her that way)


please, return to your cookie discussion.



~RuthAnn


CT poster in bad standing since 1998


Edited 9/8/2006 2:09 am by KitchenWitch

~RuthAnn

APonKP's picture

(post #65820, reply #18 of 33)

LOL! This sounds just like you, RuthAnn. Too cute.

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries.  A.A. Milne

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries.  A.A. Milne
SallyBR1's picture

(post #65820, reply #19 of 33)

I love, love, LOVE the B52's

Not sure which one if my favorite - maybe Love Shack?

 


 


"Her shimmyshaky is much better than her chimichurri"
(Glenys, June 2006)

KitchenWitch's picture

(post #65820, reply #20 of 33)

me too. Rock Lobster is my favorite.

~RuthAnn


CT poster in bad standing since 1998

~RuthAnn

transona5's picture

(post #65820, reply #22 of 33)

Dirty Back Road is mine and I didn't "hear" the lyrics in that middle section for years, and then one day I said, "Oh". I always thought it was about driving down back country roads!

 

 

pamilyn's picture

(post #65820, reply #21 of 33)

Oh man, me too. I love that song. It just makes me feel sooooo, HAPPY!!!

The purpose of Art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls

The purpose of Art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls

SallyBR1's picture

(post #65820, reply #23 of 33)

Here we go:

If you see a faded sign by the side of the road that says
15 miles to the... Love Shack! Love Shack yeah
I'm headin' down the Atlanta highway,
lookin' for the love getaway
Heading for the love getaway, love getaway,
I got me a car, it's as big as a whale
and we're headin' on down
To the Love Shack
I got me a Chrysler, it seats about 20
So hurry up and bring your jukebox money

The Love Shack is a little old place
where we can get together
Love Shack baby, Love Shack bay-bee.
Love baby, that's where it's at,
Ooo love baby, that's where it's at

Sign says.. Woo... stay away fools,
'cause love rules at the Lo-o-ove Shack!
Well it's set way back in the middle of a field,
Just a funky old shack and I gotta get back

Glitter on the mattress
Glitter on the highway
Glitter on the front porch
Glitter on the hallway

The Love Shack is a little old place
where we can get together
Love Shack bay-bee! Love Shack baby!
Love Shack, that's where it's at!
Huggin' and a kissin', dancin' and a lovin',
wearin' next to nothing
Cause it's hot as an oven
The whole shack shimmies!
The whole shack shimmies when everybody's
Movin' around and around and around and around!
Everybody's movin', everybody's groovin' baby!
Folks linin' up outside just to get down
Everybody's movin', everybody's groovin' baby
Funky little shack! Funk-y little shack!

Hop in my Chrysler,
it's as big as a whale
and it's about to set sail!
I got me a car, it seats about twenty
So c'mon and bring your jukebox money.

The Love Shack is a little old place
where we can get together
Love Shack baby! Love Shack bay-bee!
(Love Shack...Love Shack...)
Love Shack, that's where it's at!

Bang bang bang on the door baby!
Knock a little louder baby!
Bang bang bang on the door baby!
I can't hear you
Bang bang on the door baby
Bang bang on the door
Bang bang on the door baby
Bang bang
You're what?... Tin roof, rusted!

Love Shack, baby Love Shack!
Love Shack, baby Love Shack!
Love baby, that's where it's at
Love Shack, baby Love Shack!
Love baby, that's where it's at
Huggin' and a kissin',
dancin' and a lovin' at the love shack

++++++++++++++

NOw, for the foreigner's input. Just as I downloaded the lyrics I realized I've been singing it wrong. INstead of "glitter" - I always understood "clutter" - as if there is clutter everywhere but who cares? :-)

 


 


"Her shimmyshaky is much better than her chimichurri"
(Glenys, June 2006)

pamilyn's picture

(post #65820, reply #24 of 33)

LOL, love it Sally! Chrysler as big as a whale, about to set sail!!!! Aint it the truth. Thanks, you gave me a smile. Pamilyn

The purpose of Art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls

The purpose of Art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls

Heather's picture

(post #65820, reply #26 of 33)

they have played this at almost every wedding we have been to in the past 5 years. It's great for dancing!

goodcook's picture

(post #65820, reply #25 of 33)

Glenys,

I believe this is the recipe you are looking for -

Cranberry-Oatmeal Cookies with White-Chocolate Chips

Total Time: 1 HR
Makes about 28 Cookies

Ingredients:

2 sticks (8 ounces) unsalted butter, softened
1-1/2 cups light brown sugar
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 cup warm water
2 large eggs
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
Finely grated zest of 1 orange
1 cup plus 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
3 cups old-fashioned rolled oats
1-1/2 cups dried cranberries
1-1/2 cups white chocolate chips

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 350 Degrees F. and position 2 racks in the lower third. In a large bowl, using an electric mixer, beat the butter and brown sugar until fluffy. In a small bowl, dissolve the baking soda in the warm water, then beat it into the butter mixture. Add the eggs, vanilla and orange zest and beat at low speed until combined. Beat in the flour and salt until barely combined, then mix in the oats, cranberries and chips.

For each cookie, use an ice cream scoop or a large spoon to scoop 3 tablespoons of the dough onto parchment lined or nonstick baking sheets; space them 2 inches apart. Bake the cookie for about 13 minutes, until lightly browned and crisp around the edges but a little soft in the center; shift the pans from top to bottom and front to back for even baking. Let the cookies cool for 10 minutes on the baking sheets, then transfer them to a wire rack to cool completely.

Make Ahead: The cookies can be stored in an airtight container for up to 1 week.

Recipe by: Melissa McKinney
Food & Wine Magazine - May 2005

Hope this is the recipe?

Glenys's picture

(post #65820, reply #27 of 33)

Thank-you!  It makes sense that I saw it in F&W.  I was going through old issues.  Yahoo!

plantlust's picture

(post #65820, reply #28 of 33)

Glenys, did you end up making these cookies? If so how large did you make them? (I'll take input from anyone else that's made them)

I'm tempted to make these using some of my frozen cranberries & am trying to figure out if they will be a crispy, chewy or puffy cookie.

FINALLY, the first ripe real tomato SW of Chicago, a Black Krim, followed by 4 ripe Riesentraube cherry/grape tomatoes!!  Life is good.


 

Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with parsley sauce, goat cheese garlic mashed potatoes, Galena Cellars Niagra grape wine & Pie Boss's apple crumble topped with Ruth & Phil's sour cream/cinnamon ice cream.

plantlust's picture

(post #65820, reply #29 of 33)

Made this recipe using 1 1/2 cups of frozen cranberries (trying to empty the freezer) instead. The raw dough tastes EXCELLENT but I'm running into spreading issues. Fair warning if you make this recipe. They SPREAD.

Shocking discovery! Pitbull puppies next door LOVE Riesentraube tomatoes!

Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with parsley sauce, goat cheese garlic mashed potatoes, Galena Cellars Niagra grape wine & Pie Boss's apple crumble topped with Ruth & Phil's sour cream/cinnamon ice cream.

AnnL's picture

(post #65820, reply #30 of 33)

Hmmm, I wonder if the spreading problem you're experiencing is the result of not using dried cranberries.  I believe cranberries have a lot of moisture content and the dried cranberries wouldn't.

Ann
"The elders were wise.  They knew that man's heart, away from nature, becomes hard; they knew that lack of respect for growing, living things, soon led to lack of respect for humans, too."  Chief Luther Standing Bear, Lakota Sioux

Ann
"The elders were wise.  They knew that man's heart, away from nature, becomes hard; they knew that lack of respect for growing, living things, soon led to lack of respect for humans, too."  Chief Luther Standing Bear, Lakota Sioux