Little Almond and Einkorn Cookies

By | February 14, 2014
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These little Almond and Einkorn Cookies have made an appearance in the snack jar in my family’s kitchen twice a week for the past month.  And, for a family that generally doesn’t care too terribly much for sweets, that’s a lot.  I made them so frequently at such great demand that the moment I’d turn on the shiny red KitchenAid stand mixer its whirring sound would beckon my son and husband into the kitchen, and they’d ask, “Are you making those little cookies again?”  Every. Single. Time.

It’s been terribly cold in the mountains over the past few weeks.  We’ve seen some 100 inches of snow fall in the last week, and I there’s a wall of snow that makes it impossible to see out of my kitchen window.  I bake more frequently in the colder months, as the heat from the oven helps to warm the rickety bones of our old home.  Baking is also an expression of love and of comfort.  My husband and I have been married nine years now, and together for fifteen.  It wasn’t so long ago that we eloped, and honeymooned in Amsterdam where we ate chocolate truffles.Click Here to Continue Reading.

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