What kind of oatmeal cookie lover are you? You and RB have something in common if you like the following:
- A nod toward health with some whole wheat flour
- Just the right mysterious saltiness
An important feature about this recipe is that the ingredients are straightforward without an overly anal amount of anything. To that end, I mean there’s no “3/4 teaspoon” of anything. You’ll never see that measurement in a recipe of mine, ever. Many of my colleagues in my career as a test kitchen recipe developer never saw a problem with “3/4 teaspoon” amounts. Who were they kidding? Who needs all that exactitude? What’s next, calling for a 1/6th clove of garlic?
That 1/4 teaspoon right in between 1/2 and 1 never makes a difference in an everyday recipe. Rounding toward the reasonable makes life, and home cooking, easier and more fun. This one works. RB agrees.