This is a recipe I adapted from Maida Heatter's "New Book of Great Desserts". It makes a delicious loaf that slices so neatly that you can make small tea sandwiches with either sweet or savory fillings. It's wonderful served with a fruit salad. The canola oil is optional. The loaf tastes the same but stays moist longer with the oil.
These unusual cookies have a bold, dark chocolate flavour, but really get their secret kick from the unrecognizable addition of pepper. Try these when you are not in the mood for an overly 'sweet' cookie. I should also note that when I made these, I only made 12 larger cookies, using tablespoon-sized balls of batter, and they came out smashingly as well. From Maida Heatter's Brand-New Book of Great Cookies.
This is from Maida Heatter's New Book of Great Desserts. They are a good cookie for traveling or mailing. The dough should be refrigerated overnight before the cookies are rolled, cut and baked. Allow plenty of time for baking since they are only baked 4 at a time. Prep times are only approximate. You mileage will vary.
This is a recipe from the great and wonderful Maida Heatter. This loaf cake needs a couple of days to set, but is so well worth the wait. Want to impress someone? Try this recipe. A great holiday or hostess gift.
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