This post is ridiculously overdue. Like February overdue. So apologies but hey,I got there in the end.
In February I was fortunate enough to be invited to the most beautiful wedding in Seattle. The Groom was my old flatmate Danny, one of the most amazing boys with the best ear lobes in the entire world. Danny was marrying the love of his life, Maddie. Their story truly is a love story. It's one of those stories that brings tears to your eyes and makes you believe that fairy tales truly are real.
They met on the back of a taxi in Thailand (Maddie saved Danny's life, sigh) and it was love at first sight. They carried on their love over Facetime and the other techy wonders of the modern world. Danny went to visit her. She came to visit him. Then they decided to get married.
I was devastated to loose Danny (only because he was my mechanic, not because he was awesome) but over the moon that these two wonderful people were making their love official.
Maddie is one of those amazingly creative people and their wedding was a testament to her talents. Which brings me nicely on the the point of this point which is these little bad boys. There were lots of amazing things about that week and this was definitely one of them. They are SO nutty, chewy and just amazing; simply the best cookie I have ever eaten. They were so good I smuggled some back to the UK (I was so scared of being arrested that I showed them to the bored patrol guy and asked if I was in trouble, he looked at me like I was a nut job - a peanut job......) Maddie is an awesome baker and these are her brainchild. Find the recipe here and definitely check out her other culinary delights.
The only thing that was changed was I used crunchy peanut butter. This was only because the cookies I had were made by Maddie's mum who used crunchy. I'm not going to argue. You can by Crisco off Amazon. DO NOT use butter, it wont work. If you don't want to invest in Crisco (these are so worth it) then use Trex with an extra tbsp of butter.
Photos of Maddie and Danny were taken by their very talented photographers, website here