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ISO Oatmeal Cookie made with quick-cooking oats Dorie Greenspan?

svbooker | Dec 19, 201612:41 PM     1

I had a recipe that I'm almost certain was from Dorie Greenspan - the unusual thing was the recipe specified that you use quick-cooking oats - NOT regular oats. I know it was from a well-known baker because it was a surprise that that's what they used. They are wonderful...thin and like lace. Also I think the ratio of butter to dry ingredients was higher than usual. I sold them in my Etsy shop in 2009...can't find the recipe!

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