Please Pass the Milk Please, Please Pass the Milk Please
Have you discovered Smitten Kitchen yet? This recipe for homemade oreos is probably her most popular, but the très charmante Deb posts something new and delectable (and, once in a while, healthy) almost every day. These are nice with coffee, but amaaazing with a nice glass of my new favorite farmers' market find, Milk Thistle Organic Milk. It's organic, hormone-free, and subject to only minimal pasteurization. I couldn't find a website for the folks at MT, but here is another blog post singing their praises.
And no, this has not become a food blog, or even a baking blog. I lost my knitting for almost a week and a half! Have no fear, however, the leafy-pullover-in-progress was discovered buried in the clothes hamper a few days ago. Close one!
Posted by jess at May 20, 2008 8:49 AM
ooh, homemade oreos?! nom nom nom.
gotta try this recipe out. thanks!
At least it wasn't tossed into the laundry - I lost a pair of socks to my much younger sister when my SO did laundry. Gotta get separate baskets...
hey--we buy the milk thistle milk too! Just started to a couple weeks ago and we love it. Tasty and healthy and there's just something about milk out of a glass bottle...
mmmm, those oreos look amazing! this is the second time i've seen them on a blog. must make them soon.
as for the milk, i'll have to eat them with water. milk and i do not get along :(
Oh those look sooooooooo gooooooood! I finally checked out smitten kitchen and really, I am smitten.
Yeah, that's one of my favorite food blogs! =)
YUM! Looks delicious. Wish they sold milk at my FM at Cadman Plaza. The only dairy is yogurt. I should ask if they sell milk though... Off to add Smitten Kitchen to my RSS!
I both love and hate you for posting that link to Smitten Kitchen. ;-)
omg, those look sooo good! Great photo!
i love smitten kitchen... but have never tried these oreos! they look amazing. i am now really craving homemade oreos :)
that's a they might be giants song, right?
What's that blue thing doing here?
You are really naughty for introducing me to Smitten Kitchen.
And I love you for it, too. I spent three hours surfing it this morning and picking out recipes to try.
I must try these and bring them into work or I'll end up eating them all myself!
Food, knitting, its all good! Remember this? This used to be a bath-products blog! Ahh, little Soapbox.
Your Forecast looks fantastic as does your recent bout with the baking. I love the contrast of delicate flower with rich cake.
LOVE smitten kitchen - and want those cookies now!
Um! I'm really going to have to try that recipe. Oreos are one of my favorites.
Yum! I'm going to try these this weekend. Oreos are one of my favorite things.
YUM!!!! cookies n milk and knitting!
mmm, these are my favorite smitten kitchen recipe so far, too... although my cookies didn't come out nice & flat like yours did. good luck with the home stretch of your leaf pullover!
Yum! I think we're trying her lemon bar recipe on Sunday....
Yum! Those look fantastic and I've been meaning to make them since Deb first posted the recipe. Raw (or nearly-raw) milk is such a good idea; I've read some really awful articles about what's really in Normal Milk recently. Stomach-turning doesn't quite cover it.
I'm so glad I'm not the only person who loses their knitting in ridiculous places! It's almost worth it for the sheer *joy* of finding it again after the enforced separation. Almost. Hope you're enjoying the reunion!
ohmygod those were sooooo delicious. I am glad I was a lucky recipient :)
Mmm, I'm going to have to try this. Real Oreos make me a twinge sick.
Phew! Glad you found your knitting. I've enjoyed the change in topic for a while - food/knitting - they go hand in hand, don't you think?
They were soooo yummy! Thanks for bringing some on Sunday. And your pictures are great :)
I am totally laughing at the knitting showing up in the hamper. A cleaning frenzy led to scooping up some dirty clothes? I do that all the time and end up with random things in the hamper!
Love the oreos. i'm a big fan of Smitten Kitchen. So much so that i forget that she and I aren't *actually* friends, so I go commenting on her photos on flickr as if I am one. I think my fan-crush might be about to get out of hand.
Aren't you the guy who hit me in the eye?
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