The Finer Cookie: Florentines - By Kimberley Robert. When a Florentine is in the room, the bell goes off. Your focus glazes over into a Zombie-like emptiness where nothing takes priority over tearing apart that cookie. Your head and your heart dissolve into a milkshake of sorts, and all the agreements you made with yourself are long gone.
A delightful selection of Holidays-inspired cookies. By Kimberlie Robert - Toasted Flour Sablésphoto: Toasted flour sablés - WestmountMag.ca You make these cookies with toasted flour to prevent too much gluten from forming. Hard-boiled egg yolks keep the dough light. Toasted Flour Sablés finely crumble and melt with flavour, as perhaps the most-tender cookie you’ll ever know. A touch of dark chocolate completes their important mission: your complete satisfaction.
The last peanut butter cookie for the rest of your life. By Kimberlie Robert. These aren’t your average peanut butter sandwich cookies. In fact, these are the last peanut butter cookie for the rest of your life.
The Finer Cookie: Tahini Almond Cookies - Soft, sandy, salty and addictive!. By Kimberlie Robert. These Israeli Tahini Almond Cookies are soft, sandy, salty and addictive. They’ll remind you of peanut butter cookies, but once you realize they aren’t, you’ll be intrigued and grab for a second. A generous, rich and very easy to make cookie, you’ll fall in love.
The Finer Cookie: Pâte-à-Choux with Rhubarb and Ginger Cream. Rhubarb is the first sign that spring has arrived. By Kimberlie Robert. The flavours of spring often fold into the flavours of summer with melons, blueberries and corn. For me though, the rhubarb is the first and foremost sign that spring has undoubtedly arrived.