These could also be called "No-Bake Chocolate Peanut-Butter Dried-Cherry Oatmeal Cookies" but that just about lists all the ingredients. And what they're good for is making and eating on a hot summer day, when you don't want to turn on the oven, but do want something special to make for dessert. My recommendation is to put two cookies into a bowl and add a big scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.
Cool Kitchen Cookies cook up quickly then need at least an hour to set. If you're making them on a very humid day, they will benefit from an overnight rest. Refrigerating them can make them gooey, freezing them will make a nice cool treat.
Join us for "The Mediterranean Experience!" Cooking Summer dishes with Chef Ignacio Marín and The Olivique, Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil Saturday, July 25, 2015 11:00 AM at Zabar's 2245 Broadway, New York
Spanish Chef Ignacio Marin will show us how to prepare a fresh Andalusian Salmorejo, Gazpacho and other amazing recipes using The Olivique Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Join us in this culinary experience and learn how to prepare a few dishes to keep you cool this summer!
You'll leave with recipes, tastings of finished dishes and samplings of our new product, the extraordinary The Olivique, Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
More about The Olivique
The Olivique, Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil, recently introduced in the US Market, invites you to learn how to cook with olive oil and to try some of the most simple and healthy Mediterranean recipes including salmorejo and gazpacho. Chef Consultant, Ignacio Marín, will perform this cooking demonstration where you will be able to taste the four different varieties of pure olive oil: Arbequina, Cornicabra, Koroneiki and Picual.
The Olivique products provide a healthy nutritional experience, aligned with expanding a better lifestyle through food. This olive oil is 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil, is certified Non-GMO and is crafted in the heart of the fields of Castile, in the province of Toledo, Spain.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a pivotal ingredient in the Mediterranean Diet which has been proven to be one of the healthiest, most varied and tastiest diets in the world. They will explain what makes a great olive oil and how to distinguish it by tasting, and how simple these exceptional recipes can be, with The Olivique.
Thank you very much for the delivery of bagels, they were fantastic! My wife, daughter and myself enjoyed them for several days. We sliced and froze the rest and continue to enjoy them. Very much appreciated!
Blueberry season has begun. Luckily for us we can make the most of it with this seriously stacked, intensely Blueberry Pie. It's a thick, easily sliced pie. The tapioca holds it all together and gives it shine. You can make this with traditional pie crust or Graham Cracker Crust. Here is the recipe for Graham Cracker crust. It’s great. Enjoy!
This is a savory, breakfast spread. Equally delicious on bagels or bagel slices, bagel chips, rye bread, crackers, or carrot sticks. It’s a breeze to prepare and keeps well. It can be made the day before your brunch.
Look for the most quality ingredients you can find. Everything is available at Zabar’s. Zabar’s Nova Salmonis what I use to prepare this, but if you want to try something different experiment with the Peppered Nova or the Gravlox. Wow!
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I moved to New York in 1962, a Virginia country girl straight out of college. My first introduction was a murder on my street days before I moved in. My second was Zabar's where I could sample more cheeses than I had known existed (was there anything beyond American and rat trap cheese?), where the sausages and breads opened my eyes to a new way of eating. Before I moved on to grad school the men at the cheese counter knew my name and were always encouraging me to try yet another cheese.