The first time Andrew and I ever tasted a Sablé, we’d made a pilgrimage to The Essex Market where Dorie Greenspan and her son Joshua had opened “Beurre et Sel”, a tiny hole in the wall that sold nothing but these out-this-world butter-y crispy shortbread cookies. The sheer beauty of the Greenspan’s display of the cookies took us aback. The variety was amazing too—there were sweet and savory versions. These were all tucked into tubes to take home but I couldn’t help wonder how many of them actually made it there. The cookies were that addictive and at about the size of a half dollar coin easily consumed anywhere. They were also fairly expensive which may explain why, sadly, after 15 months in business, the tiny shop was shuttered.
Dulce de Leche Cheesecake - A creamy Dulce de Leche Cheesecake recipe that anyone can make at home, combines the richness of cheesecake with the caramel flavors of Dulce de Leche.
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