So a month ago, before that whole "holidays" thing came and swallowed three weeks of my life (in a good way, but now I am reaping the consequences and leaving for work in a little while (on a Saturday)) I made cookies. This is in part because I have some ingredients obtained last year that I never used up, and given my impending complete lack of life stability caused by the end of internship and absence of boyfriend and absence of future job and absence of tough-cookieness, I am trying to use some things up for when I have to relocate all of my belongings once again.
So, cookies! Now, most cookies don't really involve rare and unusual ingredients, but these do! They call for three bars of dark chocolate, ground hazelnuts, and rum. Which, you know, on its own should make you think they're delicious. But then, they require you to roll them in powdered sugar. And then, once they're cooked, to do it again. They are small, so you don't even have to feel guilty about eating more than one.
And, they are super delicious! Fortunately, the recipe made heaps. Maybe around 50?