Friday, November 21, 2008

23 big ones


(Gary's TRIPLE chocolate cookies)
The fun, of course, of working at home is sometimes NOT working at home but making chocolate cookies for the missus instead. My triple chocolate cookie recipe has cocoa powder, melted chocolate and chocolate chips in them. Plus a tiny bit of flour and other stuff. Recipe makes 3-4 dozen, which would obviously be itty-bitty little cookies. I made 23 big ones and the house smells great.
have a good weekend all!

13 comments:

Farmer*swife said...

Sweeeet! I can smell'em.

I hear it's pretty cold over there. Lis laughed because the kids and I are happy it won't be over 63 degrees today -- we are having hot cocoa after school. ;-)

Bundle up! And, stay well!

Happy FWFD! YAY!

Nancy L.K. Boyce said...

Where is the recipe? Those look GREAT- and I think I can smell them in Groton!

Baseball Mom said...

Yum! Yum!

Gordo said...

Gary, one of the oldest utensils that I have in my kitchen (which I bought and didn't inherit) is a melon baller that I use to portion cookie dough. It's like a small version of one of those ice cream scoops with the built-in scraper. It makes perfect two-bite sized cookies. Now that we have a proper cookie jar, the cookies tend to last longer, too: we forget that they're there. LOL

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

I am a fan of BIG cookies.
"Oooooph...I'm stuffed but I only had ONE!"

g-man said...

Would it be wrong of me to lick the monitor? Those look great. You have a fantastic weekend too.

kcinnova said...

I am guessing that Mrs. P feels very loved.
Happy Friday!

Lis Garrett said...

Those look SO delicious! My stomach is growling just looking at them!

tt said...

I'm drooling here!!!!!!

Newt said...

First Tink talks about cake and how you not only talk about but show pictures of cake? Oh man, now I'm hungry............

Tricia said...

I really want to be your new best friend, please.

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

they might look good, but they taste EVEN BETTER

Ellen said...

So, are you going to share the recipe?