Miss Cogshell’s Recipe Box
Marcia Strykowski ♦ September 25, 2014 ♦ 10 Comments
Miss Cogshell has an important roll in Call Me Amy. When we first meet her, she’s an enormous, terrifying woman who the kids call Old Coot. Some say she’s a witch and her weathered gray house by the sea, with the creepy widow’s walk on top, certainly doesn’t look inviting. If Amy hadn’t found her courage to stop by Miss Cogshell’s house, so many events would never have come into play that summer. Or, should we go back even further? If Sally, the nosiest postmistress in Maine, hadn’t told Amy to stop in at Miss Cogshell’s…. But, enough about Sally (until she returns in Amy’s Choice). Let’s go back to Miss Cogshell who makes the BEST ginger cookies in the world. And guess what, Amy found her recipe, so here it is:
Watch for Amy’s Choice, the sequel to Call Me Amy, where you can revisit Port Wells and meet some fun new characters with their own tasty treats and traditions—available for preorder now!
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Mmm, cookies! I’m on my third week of a diet, and I had to cheat yesterday and eat a sugar cookie. What’s life w/out cookies, right? 😉
Yummy, these sound delicious! Love Ms. Cogshell!!!
They’re great right from the freezer, too!
Miss. Cogshell’s ginger cookies sound very yummy! I will have to make some!
Thank you for the delightful post! I am looking forward to reading more about Amy in your new sequel, Amy’s Choice!
Thanks, Bette–happy baking!
Well, the cookies sound delicious and your new book is intriguing. I’m looking forward to hearing more about it. I hope your weekend is going well.
Thanks, Barbara! I was at an awesome book conference all day.
Your stories and the cookie recipe sound wonderful. Best of luck on the sequel. I know you’ve put a lot of work into it.
Thank you, Greg!