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September 15, 2010

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Sassy Molassy

MMm...I do love me some ginger cookies that is for sure. Yest I purchased (the shame, i know) a box of almond windmill cookies from Trader Joe's. They are absolutely divine and go perfectly with a cup of coffee!

Jessica

Yum! My husband just baked some ginger cookies this afternoon, next time we'll have to add crystallized ginger--sounds like a delicious addition!

Kelly Bohl

Oh my, triple ginger cookies? You are bringing a tear of joy to my eye. I am crazy about all things ginger these days, from making my own ginger ale (thanks Alton Brown!), ginger in thai soups, and peach-ginger jam. I will be making some of these cookies soon, probably with some sugar syrup from my jar of sugar-preserved ginger. Mmmmmm I can't wait to try these out!

Tammy

I am mad or all things ginger. I don't think I have found a dish with ginger to dislike, from curry to ice cream to soup. I too add ginger to jam, especially my reine-claude (greengage plum) jam.

I am pretty certain molasses and ginger were born to go together. The funny thing is French people aren't so familiar with this combination. I might just start using this recipe to begin converting my neighbors...Thank you!

Jes

These look amazing!! I must try making them soon!

Quay Po Cooks

I must make Ginger cookies with your recipe this Christmas. I am sure I will get lots of oos and aahs from my guests! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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