In honor of the Oscars, some black & white cookies!
I can’t believe I don’t have this recipe on the blog yet.
It’s a good one: a little fussy, to be sure (it is a Martha Stewart recipe, after all), but worth a bit of work.
A warning, though: without the icing, the cookies don’t taste amazing; and without the cookies, the icings taste way too sweet. So when you taste test along the way, just keep that in mind–they’re best when completely assembled.
On a completely unrelated note, I have, in my limited amounts of spare time, been watching Alias. That spy show with Jennifer Garner from the early 2000s. Oh man. It is so good and addicting. Like Revenge‘s older sister. If you want to lose your weekend to Netflix, I highly recommend putting Alias in your Instant Queue…
Well, hey there, blog! Long time no see!
Since we last hung out, I’ve pretty much just been studying, working, and hibernating. It’s been anywhere from 20 to -20 degrees, give or take a few thanks to Lake Effect Wind Chill.
I also got the flu. It was rough. And it took a lot of time to catch up afterwards.
Happily, I’m now completely better, I’ve (mostly) finished my homework, and so in celebration I made us cookies.
These are some of my favorites, and I can’t believe they weren’t on this blog yet. I discovered them in college and have made them a fair bit since then. They’re as chewy and dense and chocolate-y as brownies, but the ginger gives them an awesome, warming winter twist. And some good-quality white chocolate gives them a nice, cool finish!