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Cobweb Cookies

Recipe photo courtesy of GENTL & HYERS

These lacy tuiles get their color from black sesame seeds.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 2005
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  • MarthaV
    21 OCT, 2008
    Are these like lace cookies?
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  • lilikoi2008
    19 OCT, 2008
    yummm! these cookies remind me of Japanese Furikake (Japanese crackers/cookies) servied with tea!
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  • anniequinn
    19 OCT, 2008
    the cookies in this recipe are on the table towards the middle. They are those curves ones in the bowl.
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  • ellenlouise3
    18 OCT, 2008
    Why is there no picture of this cookie? It sounds good but there is not enough info in this recipe for me to be sure what it is like. Has anyone tried making these?
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  • anniequinn
    18 OCT, 2008
    for anyone interested, the pancake-like dessert on the picture is the Haunted Forest Layer Cake topped with chocolate ganached and studded with cherries and the cookies at the front are Sandie's Revenge (a chocolate twist on classic buttery pecan sandies. There are from the October 2005 issue of the magazine. I haven't looked online for the recipes but they are probably there.
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  • KWBYBEE
    18 OCT, 2008
    Yuck on this one..... try again Martha, and for heaven sakes show us what the cookie looks like....it is lost in the picture..
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  • lo250_lo
    17 OCT, 2008
    recipe sounds really simple and tasty-the cookies are the ones to the right rear of the pictue-the ones that are lacy and tuille-like,which is a delicate cookie-no where near appetizer-like, but maybe you enjoy serving sweet, cookie-like appetizers. I like serving cookies for dessert
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  • patcash
    17 OCT, 2008
    I agree with all of you about the cookies.. Also the placement of the comments. I would think that the comments would be in order starting with the oldest first and newest last. Why? Because when I read a comment and someone mentions another comment I do not know what they are talking about because it was posted hours before or a different day so what I have to do is click on Next and start from the beginning. Seems strange. AOL does it the same way.
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  • mstrsrevati
    17 OCT, 2008
    black sesame seeds? Hmm doesn't sound very cookie like to me. I think this one is a pass. I also agree that the photo doesn't give me any idea what the cookie looks like it's too dark. I got excited by the recipe name but it just isn't for me.
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  • JulieinGA
    17 OCT, 2008
    I wouldn't consider making these because they sound more like an appetizer than a cookie.
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