Ginger Cookies

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29 comments

  1. Hi, Adam. I don’t have a mixer; do you think I could still make these racist cookies successfully by hand-mixing?

  2. You know, that only Recipe Directions are copyrightable.

    The List of ingredients isn’t.

    So if you retell the Direction Process in your own words, you should be fine.

  3. Was that not the hardest text to read… ever? Minus the red one with Ina. Maybe I’m going color blind. Fun.

    I do heart a good ginger cookie, though.

  4. I thought it was funny and the irony of it coming from a Gay Jewish boy made it even more so. As a gay atheist who loves christmas all I can say is mazeltoff and merry christmas my fellow minority.

  5. I’d hate to hear what they had to say about the Black and White Cookies.

    I blame their generation, really. They were raised (they rose) not knowing any better. The next batch will come out of the oven not seeing color. They’re our future.

  6. Oh goodness, this was so funny. I think I may make these cookies, they look appetizing. I snorted and hooted reading this. People need to get a little humor- not everything has to be PC all the time. We celebrate the holiday season in this household. Period. :)

  7. It’s not like it was the great “srkimps” debacle of ’07. :)

    (I still say “srkimps” when I make shrimp. :D

  8. Don’t worry about those humourless Scrooges, Adam. They are just jealous that they don’t have a well-read food blog. That post was awesome. ESPECIALLY the Ina photo. Although the green text was a bit hard to read.

  9. Strange post, but whatever…

    I just made these cookies and they were the most ginger-intense cookies ever! I found that you can get almost twice as many cookies if you make them smaller. Also, use butter for the oil for a more genuine flavor (cream the butter w/ the sugars). I also used demerara sugar which has a bigger grain and looks awesome in the cookies.

    Thanks Adam! Well, actually, thanks Ina!

  10. Following up on my own query at the top of this post: If anyone was curious about whether or not this recipe can be made successfully without a mixer, the answer is a resounding “no.” Santa, bring me a Kitchenaid!