The Cook's Encyclopedia of Cookies
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The Cook's Encyclopedia of Cookies

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by Hilaire Walden
     
 

The Cook's Encyclopedia of Cookies:

  • The definitive cookie collection, with over 200 mouthwatering recipes
  • Featuring every kind of cookies for all kinds of occasions, with recipes for sweet and savory crackers, brownies, scones, and bars
  • Classic favorites and exciting new ideas include Black-and-White Ginger Florentines, Walnut Cookies, Savory
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The Cook's Encyclopedia of Cookies:

  • The definitive cookie collection, with over 200 mouthwatering recipes
  • Featuring every kind of cookies for all kinds of occasions, with recipes for sweet and savory crackers, brownies, scones, and bars
  • Classic favorites and exciting new ideas include Black-and-White Ginger Florentines, Walnut Cookies, Savory Parmesan Puffs, Mocha Viennese Swirls, and Mexican Almond Cookies
  • Includes a full introduction covering essential baking and decorating techniques, pantry ingredients, and advice on useful equipment
  • Color photographs illustrate every recipe

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780760730959
Publisher:
Sterling Publishing
Publication date:
01/01/2002
Series:
Cook's Encyclopedia Series
Pages:
256

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The Cook's Encyclopedia of Cookies 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bake a lot but this is the first time I baked using recipes from this book - 2002 edition. I made Gingerbread cookies that taste like flour - there is no ginger spice only a little cinnamon in the recipe. I also made the toffee bars but, again, the recipe doesn't call for toffee - not sure it baked up correctly. I have not been happy with these recipes. Maybe the newer edition is better.