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One Glass Of Milk Won’t Be Enough When You Get Your Hands On These Cookies
I will never forget the day I tried making my first brown butter cookies. It’s kind of embarrassing… My husband and I were high school sweethearts so I was very young when I first met his parents. His mother was and still is a great cook and baker, and she asked me if I would like to bake cookies with her.
Of course I said yes; I was trying to be polite and make an impression, so I definitely didn’t mention I had managed to burn or otherwise ruin pretty much every batch of cookies I had ever tried making. She asked if I could brown the butter while she would stop by the store across the street, to get some more flour.
Gosh, it’s funny now but I wasn’t laughing back then… I swear I only turned away for a moment but somehow I managed to burn the butter. On top of it all, I was trying not to let my mother-in-law find out so I wanted to pour the burned butter out, but instead I burned my hand and basically threw the pan across the floor. The mess!! I was so embarrassed!
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Quick Tip: Keep stirring the butter throughout the browning process – you don’t want it to burn!