Sticky Dough

Humble Abode —  November 4, 2010 — Leave a comment

You’re drooling for those amazing oatmeal raisin cookies from your mother’s secret recipe or you need to bake those hazelnut anise biscotti because everyone loves them and you promised. Baking cookies is fun and calms the cookie monster craving, but cookie dough, especially biscotti dough, is soft and sticky. Trying to form cookies or logs for biscotti can make your hands a gooey mess. One trick to keep the batter on the cookie sheet and not all over the kitchen is to rinse your hands in cold water while forming the cookies. The batter won’t cling to your hands and fingers as easily. When the dough begins getting tacky again, rinse in cold water.

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I am the Merchandise Manager for Humble Abode. I am located in Santa Rosa, California. Santa Rosa is approximately 60 miles north of San Francisco in beautiful Sonoma County, part of California's wine country. Humble Abode is an online retailer of furniture and furnishings offering a wide selection of furniture for sale to suit every taste and budget.

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