Dallas Buyers Club-Themed Cookies from the Oregonian

It's not an Oscar party without oatmeal cookies inspired by an AIDS drama!

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Food & Drink
Every year, Oregonian food writer Grant Butler hosts an Oscar party with potluck dishes inspired by the films.Some years, he tells us in this morning's paper, that's easy. Think Slumdog Millionaire curry dip or Benjamin Butler beignets.Other years, it is not.And thus, today's Oregonian includes a cookie recipe inspired by the intense AIDS drama Dallas Buyers Club."In 'Dallas Buyers Club,' ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 26, 2014 by Martin Cizmar

A Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie to Rule All Cookies

The official best chocolate chip cookie recipe of our geeky holiday cookie-off. Gluten-free, no less!

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Food & Drink
Mitch Lillie—when not saying terrible or wonderful things about area theater and restaurants, making our movie pages look pretty and collating music listings from sources too diverse to be imagined—is apparently a hell of a cookie chef. And he somehow fooled a roomful of people with diverse digestive capabilities into voting a gluten-free cookie better than any other goddam chocolate chip cookie ...   More
 
Friday, December 20, 2013 MITCH LILLIE

Saint Cupcake Alder-Smoked Chocolate Chip Cookies


Food Reviews & Stories
The best dessert at Saint Cupcake’s big, new downtown digs ain’t a cupcake. It’s a nutty, smoky chocolate chip cookie ($3) that tastes like a campfire in a sugar forest. Yes, the adorable egg   More
 
Wednesday, September 7, 2011 KELLY CLARKE

First Look: Two Tarts Bakery


News
Our favorite cookie-baking sisters , Anna Phelps and Elizabeth Beekley of Two Tarts Bakery, have expanded their popular Farmer's Market stands with a permanent retail location at 2309 NW Kearney St., in the space just off Northwest 23rd Avenue that last housed the original incarnation of La Buca. If you haven't yet experienced the delight of a tiny, buttery, surprisingly satisfying Two Tarts creation, ...   More
 
Thursday, October 30, 2008 BEN WATERHOUSE

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