|by Carolyn Miller|
A roast goose with chestnut stuffing embodies the winter holidays as much as snow-dusted fir trees and brightly wrapped packages.
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Beat 8 eggs. Add 4 cups sugar, beat until smooth, about 15 minutes. Add 4 ounces chopped citron, 4 ounces blanched almonds, (which have been coarsely ...
Add baking powder to flour and set aside. Beat eggs until very light and lemon color and thick (about 10 minutes). Add sugar and anise oil or ...
This recipe was ... of baking these cookies with my Grandmother ... bake them for Christmas every year. It ... sheets between uses. Makes over 100 cookies.
Cream shortening and ... diameter; slice 1/2 inch pieces. Bake at 375 degrees about 10 minutes on greased cookie sheets. Cookies are hard and melt in your mouth.
Warm brown sugar, honey, molasses and shortening. Cool. Mix sour cream and baking soda, let stand awhile. Then add to cooled molasses mixture. Add ...
Beat the above ... pin and cut cookies apart. Let stand ... etc. If you would rather have a soft cookie, bake right away instead of leaving out overnight.
Cream butter and add sugar, almonds and lemon. Then add 1/2 beaten eggs and 1/2 flour and then again eggs and work in the rest of the flour. Let ...
Cream butter and ... whites, colored sugar and walnuts. Bake on ungreased cookie sheet at 400 degrees for 7 to 8 minutes. Makes approximately 200 cookies.
Cream well. Mix in order given and roll out and cut in desired shapes. Can frost.
My grandmother made these cookies throughout my childhood, ... will also keep indefinitely ... Simply continue to add more sugar upon using up the supply.)
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