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Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies

October 4, 2011 | By Adam Roberts | 5 Comments


Until I get a cease and desist letter from Kim Boyce, whose book “Good To The Grain” inspired me to buy six different kinds of flours last week (that led to a spelt olive oil cake with bittersweet chocolate), I’m going to keep blogging my experiences cooking from her book. The good news is that this particular recipe–a recipe for whole wheat chocolate chip cookies–has already had quite a life on the web. Molly blogged about it, as did Heidi (who made hers in a skillet!). And there’s a reason this recipe is so popular; Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies may sound wholesome, but the results are anything but.

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Toast Your Oatmeal

January 28, 2011 | By Adam Roberts | 0 Comments


It’s such a simple idea, the kind of idea that makes you wonder why you didn’t think of it before.

I got the idea from Kim Boyce’s marvelous baking book, “Good To The Grain” (the winner of Food52′s Piglet tournament of cookbooks.) From the title of this post, I think you’ve sussed it out; the idea is to toast your oatmeal before you cook it.

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