I am delighted that so many of you are enjoying my Associated Press column, “The Healthy Plate” and was concerned when several of you wrote to me saying that you had trouble with my “Chocolate Orange Lace Cookies” running together and not setting up enough to be moved. So I made the recipe this morning and they worked fine. I think the problem was that I said to remove the just baked cookies to a rack to cool. They are not easy to transport when you move them while they are still hot. So I tried putting the parchment paper with the hot cookies on top of the rack and letting them cool that way. They were very easy to peel off the parchment after they had cooled and they held their shape just fine (see photo). After they cool, they have a crispy edge and a chewy center. To find that recipe and all the recipes I have contributed in my “The Healthy Plate” column, download the free AP app.