Sunday, June 15, 2014

Rye and Marmalade Pinwheel Cookies

I just loved looking at these moving animations and thought you would too.
Once in a while you need a treat.
I think a clever cook could put something savory in the center with herbed cheese instead of sugar and marmalade. Cheese and rye are such a good combination. Or you could do half savory and half sweet. Let me know if you try.



Spinning Pinwheels.

4 comments:

Kate said...

Fun post! This is a first for me....I had never watched a cooking movie animation.

Karen in VA (was CT) said...

Yum ... I don't know that I should be looking at this stuff though. The movie Fed Up will cause you to think differently about food (yes, sugar is the enemy). We could buy just one, but a cookie sheet full would be too dangerous.

Content in a Cottage said...

KAREN IN VA...I have looked for the film FED UP and the only place it's playing in New Jersey is in Asbury Park of all places. I'll keep looking for a closer theater. I have pretty much weaned myself off sugar and it wasn't that hard. I still eat sweets on Tuesdays at broker open houses but I don't have any treats in my house. I go out for a frozen yogurt w/ friends once in a while too. A couple of cold oranges are my daily treats. Did you see KING CORN? I watched it again online recently.
Did you read YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT EATS? We really do have to educate ourselves. It's not easy but real food is the key. I'm so glad I don't mind cooking for myself.
xo, Rosemary

deeda said...

Rosemary, you're right about the savory version. These sundried tomato & pesto puff pastry pinwheels disappear so quickly!

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/michael-chiarello/puff-pastry-pinwheels-filled-with-sun-dried-tomatoes-and-pesto-recipe.html