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May 04, 2008

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Lorraine

These cookies look delish!! I must complement you again on your food photography.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Thanks, Lorraine. I've got to thank Jonnazz for his food styling.

Jonnazz

This post brings back so many memories!

Lindsay

I saw your link on the Martha Stewart site and I'm so glad I checked it out. I made these cookies today and served them to my friends at our book club meeting tonight. Everyone raved about them and I had to share the recipe. We will all be watching to see what new goodies you come up with in the future.

Jessica@Foodmayhem.com

MMM...How about making an ice cream sandwich with these.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Thanks, Lindsay. Maybe your book club will be reading my cookbook one day. :-)

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Thanks, Jessica. That's an awesome idea! I think vanilla, chocolate, and even black raspberry (my favorite flavor from Erickson's http://www.standishsupport.com/erickson/story.html) would work well as the filling. I'd try a sandwich, but I don't have any cookies left! I'll have to make another batch devoted solely to sandwich makin'.

Anna

How clever! I never would have thought to use the dried raspberries in oatmeal cookies. Now I have an excuse to buy some of those. Love your blog, btw. Thanks for leaving me the link on Cookie Madness.

Anna

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Anna. There are so many kinds of dried fruits. I never thought that dried raspberries were available until the day I wandered around Whole Foods. Finding unique ingredients can open up a word of recipe possibilities...check out my post on lime extract!

Em

After finding your wonderful blog and sharing with my sister, she decided to make these cookies first, and they were amazing! I am going to make your smores cookies for my first try. I'm looking forward to your recipe for eggnog cookies!

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Thanks, Em! I'll make the eggnog cookies as soon as my grocery store starts carrying it for Christmas. I hope you enjoy the S'more cookies. Let me know how they turn out. :-)

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