What We're Into: Dough & Arrow crème brûlée cookies

It's a cookie! It's crème brûlée! This week, Jenn introduces us to the crème brûlée cookie from Dough & Arrow bakery in Costa Mesa.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 26, 2021
A good cookie is like a Rorschach test with sugar, fat and flour: The resulting flavors and textures provide a clear image of the baker who made it. Pastry chef GiGi Pascual says she’s always loved a good cookie, and that she’s been tweaking her...
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