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Source: Martha Stewart Living Television, August 2003
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  • CJinNJ
    17 NOV, 2010
    having a hard time locating dried sour cherries - have found many stores that carry dried 'tart' cherries.......are they the same? if not - are they interchangeable?
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    • chriswalkerwrig
      12 NOV, 2017
      Yes, tart and sour are the same cherry
  • MS212790233
    6 SEP, 2017
    I substituted in half whole wheat flour and cut down the sugar by about half then added chocolate chips. This made for fantastic breakfast cookies.
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  • Marshski
    23 JUL, 2015
    I made 6 cookies the with a 2 oz scoop as recommended in the recipe and realized I was not going to get 4 dozen cookies. I made the cookies a little smaller and barely got 2 dozen. I would also cut back on the sugar to get more cookie flavor!!
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  • joyously
    10 SEP, 2010
    If you don't have a dehydrator you can dry anything in a slow oven somewhere around 200* or lower for a few hours. This will only dry things out not bake them.
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  • AnneN
    26 JUL, 2010
    It's not the brown sugar that makes cookies spread, it's the butter. If you use 1/2 cup butter-flavored Crisco in place of one of the sticks of butter, they will hardly spread at all. And they'll taste great too.
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  • pamperedscrapper
    26 JUL, 2010
    lavendarlady I agree and thanks for the tip..i almost passed these up.
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  • LavendarLady
    2 SEP, 2009
    These are also receptive to whole wheat flour (I do it all the time)....just add that instead of the unbleached or white flour...............we gotta start giving our kids (and ourselves) better, healthier foods!
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  • bsealy
    27 JAN, 2009
    I love this cookie also. The only tip I think will be helpful is to make sure you do not pack the brown sugar because that makes the cookies spread too much.
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  • bsealy
    27 JAN, 2009
    I love this cookie also. The only tip I think will be helpful is to make sure you do not pack the brown sugar because that makes the cookies spread too much.
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  • Lemons2005
    5 NOV, 2008
    This is a wonderful recipe! Just follow the directions and you will have a delicious cookie. Many of my friends love this, I have made them several times. Even my twin sister's friends request them! Just make sure that you watch them carefully when in the oven, they can burn easily. Enjoy!
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