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Double Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Cookies

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What was your source for this dish/item? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Double Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Cookies

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Share a little about the ingredients and techniques used to create this dish/item. Butter, white sugar, brown sugar, egg, vanilla extract, baking soda, water, fine sea salt, Hershey's Special Dark Chocolate cocoa powder, all-purpose flour, Valrhona dark chocolate

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What are you most proud of? Every person who has tried these cookies LOVES them.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Be sure to buy the best quality dark chocolate you can afford! It really makes a difference.

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Oh my, I think I have to make these....they look like they are the perfect combination of sweet and salty, plus chocolate. "Win" in every sense of the word!

02/11/2013 Flag

They are quite delicious, MaryLou! I hope you enjoy them if you try making them. :)

02/15/2013 Flag

How interesting! I've had salt chocolate (with high-end 70% chocolate) and loved it, but never thought of making baked goods with it. I suppose it's one of those things you need to taste to understand, like balsamic vinegar on sweet local strawberries (not the tasteless trucked ones we get in the supermarket - please!) hehe Well done!

02/11/2013 Flag

Ah, just noticed the Valrhona! Someone knows their chocolate! (Smiles) Do you have a recipe, My Dear? I find it hard to envision the proportions, and it makes such a HUGE difference to the texture. And it must be hugely important with the salt taste, too! Any chance of a recipe if we ask nicely? (batts eye lashes)

02/11/2013 Flag

Never mind. (laughs) I just found your beautiful blog. Nice photography - you've got more than one talent, it seems. I'm off to read more of your pages!

02/11/2013 Flag

Nice, Genny! Hope you like the recipe, and glad you like my blog. :)

02/15/2013 Flag

Can't wait to try them!

11/04/2013 Flag