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July 25, 2011

@Amy: I don’t expect that those cookies will turn out quite the same, but A+ for effort! 😉 Thanks for stopping by the site!

@Brianna: There could be a number of reasons for the dry dough – the dough may have been beaten for too long or at too high a speed, it may not have been covered well enough in the fridge, an ingredient may have been old and not as potent as it once was, or it may have sat out too long in general. I’m glad that they still tasted good, though!

@Postal: I’ve never done that, but I’m sure that there are lots of recipe converters online! I just wouldn’t want to give you an inaccurate measurement.

@Brittney: Bumpy is good! I think it makes ’em look rustic. A tablespoon is quite small, though, and my ice cream scooper is at least double or triple that – maybe the size is what makes the difference?

@Amy: That’s what I like to hear! 😉

@Katrina: Everyone’s oven is different, so if you think that they were too soft, definitely just bake them for an extra minute or two!

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July 22, 2011

I just finished making these cookies, and they are the most amazing cookies I’ve ever made! I loved watching Jacques Torres on FoodNetwork when his show was on, so I jumped at the chance to make these cookies. Like I said, they turned out amazing, but I had a question: the dough was MUCH drier than in your images–and compared to other cookies I’ve made. I ended up having to mold the cookies by hand after refrigerating to get them to ball up. Still amazing tasting, but is there a reason the dough was so dry? I followed every part of the recipe *quizzical look* Thanks for sharing this recipe though! It’s the only one I’ll use from now on!

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Nice recipe but can you please give measures in metrics? I like to weigh stuff, that is far more acurate than using cups and teaspoons or table spoons.

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This may be a stupid question, but I was wondering how your cookies end up in such a nice shape! I cooked the and mine were rough and bumpy all over the tops- (I did use a tablespoon to scoop out the cookies so they were round on the cookie sheet) Thanks!!

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September 5, 2011

My cookies tasted phenomenal however they rose a little during baking and didnt really spread/ flatten out too much. Any ideas. I used all purpose flour. Could this affect it?

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Young Chinese audiences have embraced the turbulent and often emotional story of the American adult animated comedy Bojack Horseman. Recently, Chinese fans are going crazy over the series, and a Bojack ‘screenshot hype’ has conquered Chinese social media.

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Young Chinese audiences have embraced the turbulent and often emotional story of the American adult animated comedy Bojack Horseman . Recently, Chinese fans are going crazy over the series, and a Bojack ‘screenshot hype’ has conquered Chinese social media. Among the online praise and endless screenshots, what is drawing such a devoted Chinese viewership to this hard-hitting comedy-drama?

I t has been dubbed as the frontrunner in the rise of the ‘ultimately optimistic sadcom.’ Now, the American animated comedy Bojack Horseman (马男波杰克) has found a new fanbase on one of the world’s largest networking sites, China’s Sina Weibo .

“Bojack Horseman is one of the most subversively sad shows on TV.”

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Bojack portrays a familiar show business trope of a washed up actor living off the long gone success of 90s sitcom Horsin’ Around , with plotlines often revolving around his friend circle and his struggles with alcohol and self-loathing.

Stephen Kelly of The Guardian recently described the show as “one of the most subversively sad shows on TV.”

“The desire of Chinese fans to understand the meaning behind Bojack goes beyond wanting to improve their level of English.”

Considering China’s high consumption of emotional Korean dramas and weep-worthy ballads, appreciation for the tough emotional realism of Bojack Horseman might make sense.

China’s heavy control over the influx of Western media can make the country a difficult playing field for hard-hitting adult comedies, however Bojack has steadily accrued a firm Chinese following, achieving online ratings as high as 9.6/10.

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