24 responses

  1. HelpMeghanRun
    August 21, 2009

    Crumbly Barney Butter cookies?! Sounds like heaven to me, enjoy!

  2. TorontoGirloutWest
    August 21, 2009

    Oh those look delicious!!! Unfortunately I’m cooking in an AC-less home. It’s like 35C in here! lol That’s melting in Fahrenheit! πŸ˜›

    I’m going to save the recipe for fall!

  3. Rosey Rebecca
    August 21, 2009

    Yum to both your dinner and those cookies!!

  4. Niki
    August 21, 2009

    Those cookies look great! I’m definitely trying that recipe!

  5. VeggieGirl
    August 21, 2009

    Mmm, mmm, COOKIES.

    Enjoy your R&R night!

  6. biz319
    August 21, 2009

    Did you not boil the ravioli, but try to “cook” them with the sauce? Kinda confused on this one!

    It doesn’t matter, it looks good and it tasted good!

  7. janetha
    August 22, 2009

    wow those wonton stuffed thingies you made look great, so creative!!

  8. Tay
    August 22, 2009

    Wow homemade raviolis sounds BOMB. You’re right – they still taste the same no matter the shape, right! πŸ˜‰

  9. sarah (ghost world)
    August 22, 2009

    i’m totally impressed at the ravioli! did you come up with that recipe yourself!? i’d love to do more ‘freestyle’ cooking like that.

    also, the cookies look fantastic.

  10. recipes for creativity
    August 22, 2009

    You are just full of good ideas tonight! I should try making my own “ravioli”, too!

  11. Madelin
    August 22, 2009

    Well done for giving ravioli a go, I’ve never even attempted that!

  12. Brandi
    August 22, 2009

    those cookies look great!

  13. allijag
    August 22, 2009

    Love the ravioli idea – nicely done! Even if they did fall apart – they look delicious! πŸ™‚ Have fun with Derek!

  14. Ada
    August 22, 2009

    Those Nasoya wrappers are SO useful. I always make appetizers for parties by stuffing them with mashed sweet potato, curry powder, onion, and cumin. They end up tasting like Indian samosas! It’s much easier to boil the dumplings rather than sautee them. You know they are done cooking when they float to the top of the pot.

  15. Susan
    August 22, 2009

    You know, peanut butter cookies have always been my favourite kind of cookie – and I’ve never tried an almond butter variety. I’ve got to do that when it’s no longer too hot to use my oven! πŸ˜› Hope you and Derek had a great night πŸ™‚

  16. Lauren
    August 22, 2009

    They look and sound wonderful! Peanut butter cookies are such a nice treat. Way to embrace Cookie Friday!!!

    And I love your “raviolli” dinner. In no way does the shape of the pasta matter, espeically when its stuffed with ooey goodness like yours.

    Hope you enjoy your night on the couch.

  17. ksgoodeats
    August 22, 2009

    Anything involving Barney Butter has GOT to be delicious! Your cookies look fantastic!

  18. Katrina (gluten free gidget)
    August 22, 2009

    I just bought rice paper and was thinking about trying the same thing. Hmmm…
    Those cookies look awesome!
    Massaged kale salad = heaven!

  19. Adi (oatonomy.com)
    August 22, 2009

    Falling apart or not, those little raviolis look delish!

  20. Evan Thomas
    August 22, 2009

    Nothing beats nut butter cookies. Thanks for the recipe!

  21. Jolene (www.everydayfoodie.ca)
    August 22, 2009

    Not a big pasta lover?????!!!!!!! Haha, I could LIVE on pasta!!!

  22. Lizzy
    August 22, 2009

    your cookies look like they came out amazing!

    http://saladdiva.wordpress.com

  23. Jenna
    August 22, 2009

    aww i am sorry those won ton wraps exploded on ya! they looked really good though!
    the cookies also look delish!

  24. Ali
    August 23, 2009

    Your “ravioli’s” look awesome!

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