Peanut Butter Cookie Revisited

I just ate a peanut butter cookie:


I had a cup of water ready and was prepared for the worst. But this time it actually tasted good. Maybe it needed a few days to find its inner chi. Whatever it found, I enjoyed this cookie today. My friend Alex is coming to visit tonight, and maybe she will try one and declare a verdict.

We now return to your regularly scheduled program.

4 thoughts on “Peanut Butter Cookie Revisited”

  1. Hey there Mr GA,

    First off, I am numero uno in line to admit that I have entirely too much time to waste. I just spent a good 4.5 hours (to the tee) reading each and everyone of your “posts” – please excuse my lack of experience in the blog world – in other words, I’ve read all of your entries. I laughed, I cried, and now I want to visit Atlanta to eat at all the places you have wrote about. You are truly gifted, but I digress. My question for you – which I tried to post on “Ask a question and we’ll try to help” is a simple one. I know your busy being a student and a amateur gourmet and all, but I need some advice, and for the love of God, I can’t figure out where in the heck to ask. So this is where it is. I’m having a casual dinner tomorrow and would love to know what your all time favorite dessert is. You appear to be an avid dessert connoisseur (yes I spell checked that), and would welcome any recommendations. Trust me, I subscibe to all of your magazine pubs and more than likely own the majority of your cookbooks, so if you could just point me in the right direction, I promise to have a neighborhoodies tshirt made and dedicated in your name. I’ll even follow up with a photo with yours truly wearing the evidence. I don’t have a sweet tooth, but my guests do. And based on EVERYTHING that I’ve read, I completely trust your judgement. Your help will be much greatly appreciated. Even though I’m a hetrosexual married female, I feel like I love you.. with no stalker intentions.

  2. Lisa, Thanks for your high praise. I recommend the cookies and cream cheesecake I made for the big family dinner I made last week. You can see the recipe in the comments of “Drumroll, Curtain: Adam Cooks A Big Family Dinner”–still accessible under Recent Posts. Good luck!


  3. Uhhh…Lisa…Adam’s right (as he so often is, of course). I just made this cheesecake for New Year’s Eve dinner, and it’s unbelievably good. I hope you tried it too…

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