Wednesday, December 12, 2007
I was looking for an Washington Post article covering a White House press briefing which announced that the country's drug interdiction policy for the past 7 years has been a success. I couldn't find it from the front page. But then this caught my eye, and you know me, given a chance to click on something equally interesting, I'll lose all memory of the first thing I was trying to look up.
So. Twenty six different cookies for the holidays. Twenty six more ideas to propose.
Not that I have high hopes.
L wants to make more sugar cookies with sprinkles. R agrees. We suggest other favorites from our childhood (peanut butter cookies with hershey's kisses, green corn flake wreaths), but they're not interested.
A cookie made with crushed candy canes appeals to them.
Whatever. I need to find out really soon if carmel covered chocolate chip dulce de leche oatmeal cookies are all that-- or too much-- and if the vegan Rumnog Pecan Cookies will come out if I sub in real milk and butter, and --only because I live in Berkeley (this cookie sounds a little too snobbish and not all that tasty-- John Scharffenberger's Chocolate shortbread with Cacao Nibs
Hey. Who put the Quinoa Cheese Cracker in the mix? That's clearly an oversized cracker.
Also, on the same page: edible gingerbread Christmas ornaments.
(Note: I had to allow popups to get the recipes to appear)