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Author: Martha Stewart Living Magazine
ISBN: 0307394549
Subcategory: Baking
Pages 352 pages
Publisher Clarkson Potter; 1st edition (March 11, 2008)
Language English
Category: Cookbooks
Rating: 4.6
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eBook Martha Stewart's Cookies: The Very Best Treats to Bake and to Share download

by Martha Stewart Living Magazine

Martha Stewart Living Magazine.

Martha Stewart Living Magazine.

The year was 1982, and Martha Stewart published her first book, Entertaining

The year was 1982, and Martha Stewart published her first book, Entertaining. This immediate best-seller, based on Martha's experience as a professional caterer, introduced readers to a new style of entertaining and a new style of cookbook - one that was gloriously photographed and filled with a wealth of information on the art of hospitality. In the years following, Martha wrote eight more books on food and entertaining, continuing to inspire a growing legion of fans with beautiful food, simply but elegantly presented. This book is the culmination of those years of publishing.

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A culinary treasure,The Martha Stewart Living CookbookThe Original . This book is very good. It has alot of recipes, which is why you don't many small cookingbooks, when you have this one.

A culinary treasure,The Martha Stewart Living CookbookThe Original Classicsbecame an indispensable reference when it was first published. there are vegetarian dishes in it too. Проверенная покупка: да Состояние товара: Подержанные.

175 cookie recipes and variations that showcase all kinds of flavors and fancies to make the perfect cookie for any occasion. Cookies are the treat that never disappoint, whether you’re baking for a party or a picnic, a formal dinner or a family supper, or if you simply want something on hand for snacking. Martha Stewart's Cookies feature recipes for perennial pleasers like traditional chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin, as well as other sweet surprises, including Rum Raisin Shortbread, Peppermint Meringue Sandwiches with Chocolate Filling, and Lime Meltaways. Cleverly organized by texture, the recipes in Martha Stewart’s Cookies inspire you to think of a classic, nostalgic treat with more nuance. Chapters include all types of treasures: Light and Delicate (Cherry Tuiles, Hazelnut Cookies, Chocolate Meringues); Rich and Dense (Key Lime Bars, Chocolate Mint Sandwiches, Peanut Butter Swirl Brownies); Chunky and Nutty (Magic Blondies, Turtle Brownies, White Chocolate-Chunk Cookies); Soft and Chewy (Snickerdoodles, Fig Bars, Chewy Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies); Crisp and Crunchy (ANZAC Biscuits, Chocolate Pistachio Biscotti, Almond Spice Wafers); Crumbly and Sandy (Cappuccino-Chocolate Bites, Maple-Pecan Shortbread, Lemon-Apricot Sandwiches); and Cakey and Tender (Lemon Madeleines, Carrot Cake Cookies, Pumpkin Cookies with Brown-Butter Icing). Each tantalizing recipe is accompanied by a lush, full-color photograph, so you never have to wonder how the cookie will look. Beautifully designed and a joy to read, Martha Stewart’s Cookies is rich with helpful tips and techniques for baking, decorating, and storing, as well as lovely gift-packaging ideas in standout Martha Stewart style.
Lots of new ideas. I tried about 20-25.
Best one: Grammy's Chocolate Sugar cookies--easy, inexpensive and very chocolately/crisp.
Also really good: Milk Chocolate Cookies, Amaretti Crisps, Chocolate-Orange Thins, Anzac Biscuits.
Biggest surprise: the Oatmeal Raisin cookies, made with wheat germ, are the best oatmeal raisin cookies I've ever had, and I've been making cookies for about 40 years.
Every Christmas I give each family member dozens of their favorite cookie--raisin, meringue, shortbread, glazed molasses, chocolate, rosemary, lemon to name a few. And this book has great recipes for each. Martha's sugar cookies are better than my great-aunt's and that is high praise indeed. I don't like the woman (we interpret the world very differently), but I cannot deny that her products (cookbooks, paint, magazine) are of high quality. Highly recommend.
The book is filed with photos of mainly the final result. I’ve only made one cookie, but I will update as I bake through the book.

So far, I’ve made the:
Bratseli (as seen in photo) they were semi sweet, crispy cookies. Easy to make, easy to bake up using a pizelle iron. However, the amount that it makes is a tad overboard. It says it makes 6-7 dozen, but it actually makes about 4 dozen.
I am not a huge fan of Martha Stewart but when I wanted a cookbook on cookies, I purchased this based on the many positive recipes. I was prepared to just like the book but I love it. I love how the recipes are organized as light and delicate, soft and chewy, crispy and crunchy etc. The list of recipes in the first few pages is really neat, including not just the name of the cookie and page number but also a small photograph of the cookie. There are enough recipes, about 175 of them, to suit every taste with beautiful photographs that entice you to try them.

This book was put to good use over the holidays when I purchased it. I have tried well over 25 recipes since I purchased the book last month even modifying some of them. Turned out great each time.

Nice tips at the end with a very typical Martha type write up on how to package cookie as gifts. Very neat!
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After purchasing Marth's special cookie issue off the rack at checkout one year, I tried several recipes. I was so pleased that I proceeded to order the issue for gifts directly from MSL later that year. I was thrilled to hear a cookie cookbook was planned. I love this book. So much that I have it in softcover bound format and also on my Kindle so that I may have access to the recipes (in color on the iPad and computer) when I travel. I don't know whether there are more recipes in here than were in the original cookie magazine issue, but I could care less. Only once have I been disappointed in one of these recipes, and the error was mine - using moist, sweetened coconut flakes when the recipe said to use unsweetened.

I think it is a tremendous value.
Wonderful and comprehensive cookie cookbook. Every recipe has a large photo of the finished product ( 'Cause I love to see what the cookie going to look like :) None of the recipes are particularly complicated though you might be expecting that from a Martha Stewart cookbook. Gorgeous cookbook.
This is a classic cookie cookbook! From cookie favorites to fancy treats that are sure to impress, the book has it all. I received mine as a wedding gift and have since given it to others, who love it as well! This book contains my very favorite Snickerdoodle recipe, and every year around the holidays I try to make a new festive cookie from it as well.
Simply the best cookies ever. Every single cookie I've made from this book has been: a) relatively complicated and b) mind-blowing delicious. Home run fabulous, every time. Not a good choice if you are looking for quick or easy though.