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Cornmeal Cookies(Zaletti) on David Lebovitz blog. not too sweet and slice and bake. sounds good!
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Posted to Thread #18739 at 9:37 pm on Aug 6, 2010
and it feels like Fall already up here and these sounded like a Fall type cookie, with a steaming cup of tea or coffee. I might try them with mini choc chips too.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 18739. Cornmeal Cookies(Zaletti) on David Lebovitz blog. not too sweet and slice and bake. sounds good! [LINK] - AngAk - 9:37pm on 08/06/10 (9)
- At this website she mentions her favorite cookie is Brutti Ma Buoni - anyone ever made it? - cheezz - 1:23am on 08/07/10
- Ang - I've never used polenta -- is it liquidy, solid, dry? And where is it sold in the store? [NT] - cheezz - 1:24am on 08/07/10
- Not Ang but...polenta is another name for cornmeal. Sold in bulk bins or packaged where the flour is [NT] - Janet in NC - 11:46am on 08/07/10
- So I can just use my box of cornmeal? [NT] - cheezz - 7:53pm on 08/07/10
- depends on how finely it is ground. The recipe says regular or coarse polenta. That will give it the - Janet in NC - 8:46pm on 08/07/10
- Thanks Janet - I'll look for it... plenty of grocers around here that should have it. [NT] - cheezz - 2:07am on 08/08/10
- It's a coarser ground corn meal, sometimes found with baking items, sometimes in the Italian foods - AngAk - 6:01pm on 08/09/10
- I've never had it... have only seen 'polenta' as a solid roll in the deli area [NT] - cheezz - 3:06am on 08/10/10
- Brutti Ma Buoni translates to Ugly But Good. [NT] - Luisa_Calif - 10:35pm on 08/13/10