Yield: Yields about 3 dozen 2-3/4-inch cookies.
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Really good cookies, simple and quick. I subbed leaf lard for the shortening, macadamias for the walnuts (it's what I had on hand), and threw in some white chocolate chunks. Also sprinkled maldon sea salt flakes on top before baking - I like the contrast of sweet and salt- and they were gobbled up!
This is a fabulous recipe, which produces a chewy cookie. The cookie turned out exactly as pictured. I used silicone liners on my baking sheets and timed the cookies as suggested, making sure they no longer looked wet. I used a cookie scoop to drop the cookies, which made things go quickly. The silicone liners are impressive: the underside of the cookie had a nice light color.
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