by SUSAN SCHWARTZ
The Montreal Gazette Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Review and recipes from Norene’s Healthy Kitchen
Many Montrealers learned their way around the kitchen with help from a friendly cookbook called Second Helpings, Please! I’m one of them – and since that time I’ve thought of former Montrealer Norene Gilletz, its editor, as a friend.
Clearly, I’m not alone.
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From the Food Editor of ShalomBoston.com
Food Editor’s Notes: I am always looking for cookies that taste good but aren’t too sweet and have an interesting texture, especially crispy-chewy with pieces of ingredients that provide a burst of flavor. This cookie certainly fills the bill and more, given that it has lots of healthy ingredients, including the latest to be recommended, flaxseed (full of Omega-3s, the good-for-you fat). These are really delicious – a great treat for a snack or dessert. And despite all the ingredients, they are easy to make – just dump everything into the food processor and you only have one item to wash. I made smaller cookies and ended up with about 6 dozen, but my 15-year-old son and two of his friends were here and devoured a good portion of them, pronouncing them “mad good!”
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