Though cookies aren't exactly fresh and juicy, I still appreciate the effort.
Don't let anyone tell you that you can't combine foods you love to create a delicious chimera. For instance, one of the best burgers I've ever eaten had peanut butter, bacon and a fried egg on it. Sounds bizarre, tastes AMAZING. Also, it was the only thing I ate that day, talk about a calorie bomb!
I had a friend who sold all her belongings, bought a vintage airstream trailer and drove over 3000 miles from Seattle to Florida. I really envied her the ability to just let go like that, all at once. These cookies are like sweet little reminders that we can always change.
Did you spend a moment yesterday giving thanks? What are you thankful for? I am thankful for having family nearby and an amazing network of friends who I also consider family. I am especially thankful to you, my dear readers, for being so patient with our new arrangement and embracing all that cute has to offer. You guys are top notch!
Time for a turkey sandwich!
Source: Annie's Eats http://annies-eats.com/2010/11/22/spiced-brown-sugar-cut-out-cookies/