Tuesday, February 3, 2009

TWD: World Peace Cookies



Chocolate anyone?

This week's TWD selection is World Peace Cookies chosen by Jessica of cookbookhabit. And let me just say, if you like chocolate, you're going to love this cookie!



It's a chocolate sable cookie that you slice and bake after refridgerating the dough for three or more hours. What makes this little gem unique is the addition of fleur de sel, hand-harvested salt from France's Brittany coast. Unfortunately, I couldn't find mine. I could have sworn that I bought some a couple of months ago. Oh well. I'm sure it will turn up now that the cookies are made and I'm no longer looking for it. So instead, I used regular sea salt. These cookies are great. I'm sure they will be even better with the fleur de sel.


Aside from the great flavor, my favorite thing about this cookie is its sandy texture. It's very subtle when you first bite into it and then it melts in your mouth. It's delicate, yet packs a punch of chocolate flavor at the same time.

Thanks Jessica for a great pick! If you want to make some for yourself (and I know you do!), you can get the recipe over at her blog and from Dorie's Baking: From My Home to Yours.

Next week: Floating Islands!

6 comments:

Ivette said...

Your cookies look great! I'm glad you enjoyed them.. and you're probably right about finding your salt after you don't need it anymore.. it always happens!

Jill said...

I loved the texture too. Your cookies look great!

Jess said...

So glad you liked them - the texture really makes the cookie.

Teanna said...

They look delicious!

TeaLady said...

Chocolate. How can you go wrong with that. Cookies look yummy!!!

maria said...

so please tell me that you got to eat them all ;-)