Pecan shortbread dipped in bittersweet chocolate, likely never to be blogged.
I bake a lot.
This is not a secret.
Every week I bake a few quick breads or a batch of cookies and take them into work. We're not huge (yet), so it is not an onerous task. It is something I enjoy doing. It gives me a chance to try some new things out to a very appreciative audience who is happy to give me feedback on this week's treat.
Getting feedback is a great thing. It makes me a better baker and if I make the same batch of cookies again, you get to experience the improved product. If you are lucky, I'll tell you about it the recipe and why I chose to bake it. I may even share the recipe with you and you'll take the cookies to your next potluck. You might decide to share the same recipe with friends via your blog, Instagram or Pinterest that might get spread further through social media and continue this cycle of sharing. As a cookie baker, you may want to make some changes to make it even better and hopefully you'll include me in the loop and I'll make some of those tweaks to the recipe over time.
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Eat, tell, share, rave.
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