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Oatmeal Raisin cookies - Silver Palate?

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Kai Apr 2, 2007 12:52 PM

I know, I know, I know. There are a thousand versions of the old fashioned oatmeal raisin cookie out there, BUT I really want to make this one from The Silver Palate Cookbook.

I lost the book to an ex-boyfriend after the breakup and I didn't want to go to stand in a bookstore and furtively copy the recipe out of the book. Any chowhounds out there w/ the recipe?

Thank you so much.

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    AzChelle Apr 2, 2007 12:57 PM

    Look what I found!

    http://www.worldpantry.com/cgi-bin/nc...

    I hope this is what you're looking for.

    Michelle

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      Kai Apr 2, 2007 01:01 PM

      You're a sweetheart -- my belly thanks you in advance as well!

      K

      1. re: Kai
        Ruth Lafler Apr 2, 2007 02:17 PM

        Looks like you can order yourself a new copy at a discount from that site as well. In the future, the library can also be your friend -- I've been checking out lots of cookbooks from the library (or you can just photocopy the recipe(s) you want out of the book while you're there).

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          walker Apr 3, 2007 02:19 AM

          I, personally, think the Silver Palate cookbooks are worth buying and keeping -- they've been in print for many years. They are simple, easy to read, on white paper, no veal demi-glace required -- in other words, very approachable.

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            Ruth Lafler Apr 3, 2007 12:12 PM

            Oh, I totally agree -- you'll notice The Silver Palate is on my list of top five cookbooks (and my copy is in such terrible shape I'm thinking of replacing it). But libraries are still a good place to run down a particular recipe or try out a cook book before investing in it.

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      jacquelyncoffey Apr 3, 2007 04:27 AM

      I had a box of SP oatmeal and wanted to make cookies. I did a google search and found the SP website with the recipe. I made it with the margerine and egg substitute as the recipe states, the only change I made was to substitute 1/2 cup each chocolate chips and chopped walnuts for the raisins because I don't care for cooked raisins - they were excellent, and I'm NOT a baker.

      1. Meg Apr 3, 2007 12:13 PM

        I consider myself an oatmeal raisin cookie connoisseur, and my all time favorite recipe is under the lid of a Quaker Oats can. But I'm curious, how does the Silver Palate recipe compare? Has anyone made both?

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          ajbinla Apr 3, 2007 03:58 PM

          I love to Quaker Oats recipe! I use golden raisins and they are fantastic! Have not tried the Silver Palate, but look forward to seeing what you hounds have to say!

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            Meg Apr 4, 2007 04:50 AM

            I always use golden raisins too. They are delectable. Sometimes I throw in some nuts. Aside from the taste and consistency, I like the Quaker recipe because it's so much less greasy than most oatmeal cookies.

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          smokeyandashes Apr 17, 2013 05:29 PM

          This is the recipe you are looking for.
          http://www.yesterdaysrecipes.com/reci...

          It is It is more substantial than most oatmeal raisin cookie recipes.

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            smokeyandashes Apr 17, 2013 05:31 PM

            This is the recipe you are looking for: http://www.yesterdaysrecipes.com/reci...

            These cookies are more substantial and full of goodies - quite different than most oatmeal raisin cookie recipes.

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