10 mars 2015

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TAGS:  THE BAKING BIBLE   ginger       LABELS: Alpha Bakers 

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15 Commentaires

Joan Wade   2017-01-08

What a great post, and information more than I have seen. I have a cast on my wrist so am going to do these for catch up since I don't have to push and roll. Your tips and your photography are inspirational!

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Thank you Joan

Catherine   2017-01-08

I don't understand why anyone wouldn't eat cookie dough! I still have no idea how you made that photo but it looks great.

Mendy   2017-01-08

Looks like your cookies rolled around on the counter a bit. They look great anyways. :)

evilcakelady   2017-01-08

great photos, especially the over the top dancing cookies :) i also felt a little silly for probing a cookie with my thermometer.

faithy   2017-01-08

Wow!! Kim, you are amazing! Your photography skill is like superb!! Even though I have no idea what you are saying about how you achieved the shot ..hahaha.. cos I only know how to use idiot proof cameras..lol! It's such a perfect shot for your perfect cookies! I'm so impressed!

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Thank you Faithy.

Anu   2017-01-08

These are my favourite all time cookies and I love how you take us through your steps of baking them. Makes me want to try and outdo myself and get to the perfect combination of crunch, spice and chewiness.

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Hi Anu, I had no idea these are your favourites. Had I known, I would have saved you a couple. Anyway, these are easy and I know you would have success with them.

Patricia Reitz   2017-01-08

I totally crush on your photos - each week I can't wait to see what treats are in store for my eyes :). Oh yes, I am definitely a raw dough taster - how can a person not be? Unfathomable. Humiliating for you and the cookie - lol!! Patricia @ ButterYum http://www.butteryum.org/roses-alpha-bakers/2015/1/25/tbb-gingersna

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Oh know! The pressure's on!

Jenn   2017-01-08

Kim, you guys don't have to be in the shot. Just the table or table area. If it's not too much trouble that is.

Jim Wolf   2017-01-08

Great picture! Thanks for the explanation - that will help me explain to Marie why I don't do something even a tenth as spectacular.

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Thanks Jim. Nice to know you're peaking in on the action.

Jenn   2017-01-08

When I first saw the photo, I thought "how did she do that?" Thanks for explaining the photography process. I think it's look fun! (And I definitely likes it better than cookie comet). I'd love to see a picture of the set up sometimes, if you don't mind sharing.

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

You know, it didn't cross my mind that anyone would be interested in a setup shot. Next time, I'll see what I can do. I warn you though, Rick and I are still in our PJ's when we take these final shots. We aren't looking too pretty.

Michele   2017-01-08

Kim, your photos are always great, but this one is simply amazing!! Love your post on this recipe. I really enjoyed this cookie, although I managed to turn it it into a major production. I didn't get enough ginger flavor, but Marie says the weight is misprint in the book! Perhaps I will like it better next time with the increased amount. www.artfuloven.com

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

I'm happy you liked the photo. It took a lot of time, and my poor dog needed my attention when I was finished.

Monica   2017-01-08

That photo!!!! And we are kindred souls you and I ... I'm also a raw dough taster!

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

To my fellow raw dough taster, thanks for your kind words.

Michele hannahson   2017-01-08

Love the read, and enjoyed the pics, now only if I were visiting, I could enjoy the taste, my mouth is watering!! Beautifully done! ?

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Hi Michele! Yes, I'll save you a few for you if you come visit. You're due!

Glori   2017-01-08

Love the first picture.

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

Thanks Glori.

Vicki   2017-01-08

"it was a humiliating experience for both me and the cookie. " Hahahaha! I felt the same way! All I could think of it was better than the zillion times I took the temperature of sick kids. For fooling around, this is simply a brilliant photo. I think Rose should beg you to photograph her next book.

Kimberlie 2017-01-08

You are too kind! Thanks for such a thumbs up on the photo. I felt a little nervous about posting this image because it is such a highly processed photo, and a bit over the top (if you know what I mean). But you know, I just put it out there to see what would happen. I'm glad you like it.

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