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National Cookie Day

Today is National Cookie Day!  As I gathered different cookie photos of mine to post, I realized just how many different kinds there are.  Oreo's are America's favorite cookie but let's not forget about the French Macaron, Madeline and Palmier.  I have a lot of photos I wanted to show but many of them are not on my desktop but rather backed up on disks near my desk.  So I'm running with the photos on my computer.  Because by the time I find all of my archive cookie photos it would no longer be National Cookie Day and that would be sad.  Then I decided to compile a slideshow in Flickr and then post it right into the body of my blogger post(this space here) but Flickr is no longer affiliated with Blogger.  So....I just posted pictures I probably already blogged about and you've probably already seen.  But...I did put the link at the end of the post for the flickr slideshow.  So happy cookie day and go eat a cookie!
 

The classic Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie. Click here to see the recipe. 

Thumbprint Cookies with raspberry jam for Christmastime.  You can learn how to make them here.


Another Christmas Cookie- Snowballs with nuts and powdered sugar make these a favorite to eat at Christmas.  The recipe can be found here.

Peanut Butter Nutella Cookies.  Click here and see how I made em'.

Peanut Butter Cookies with chocolate hearts for Valentine's Day. You can click here to see the recipe.

Chocolate Chip Cookies with Peanut Butter and Sea Salt.  You can see the recipe here.

The famous French Macaron's from Laduree in Paris

A French Palmier from Sweet and Fresh Bakery in Seattle's Chinatown.

Cookies from Hello Robin in Seattle.

Crisp Graham Cookies.  Peanut Butter, Graham crackers and M&M's make up these cookies that I used to whip up for roadtrips.  Here's the recipe.
Here is the link to see my complete cookie slideshow. 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/kelliphoto/sets/72157649196984017/

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