|The History of Guatemalan Coffee|
|by Regina Wagner|
After it emerged as a market commodity in the 18th century, coffee was easily adapted to cultivation in the highlands of Central America.
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These are chewy ... 1 teaspoon more ginger if a very ... 3.9, 8.3mg cholesterol, 60.3mg sodium, 54.6mg potassium, 14.3g carbohydrates, cholesterol (mg) 8.25
Cream together sugar ... be used but cookies will spread out ... 1 teaspoon and ginger to 1 1/2 ... leave out the alcohol if children will be eating these).
Preheat oven to 375°F. Cream shortening and add sugar gradually. Add eggs, molasses and hot water to which the soda has been added. Sift together 2 ...
Beat together butter ... 1/2-inch space for cookies to spread. Bake ... for 30 minutes, then store in airtight container. These cookies freeze very well!
In a mixing ... flour, baking soda, ginger, cinnamon, pepper, ... Remove to wire racks to cool. Makes about 4-1/2 dozen, depending on size of each cookie.
Cream together the ... flour, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, salt and ... degrees for 8 minutes. Transfer cookies to rack to let cool. Makes about 36 cookies.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Sift flour, soda, spices and salt. Set aside. Cream butter with sugar until fluffy, about 3 minutes. Beat in molasses, ...
In a mixing ... together flour and ginger; gradually add ... bowl combine sugar, syrup, butter and water; beat until thoroughly blended. Makes 6 to 7 dozen.
Mix above ingredients adding flour in small quantities last. Cover with saran wrap or other and place in refrigerator for at least 2 hours before ...
Beat shortening, sugar, eggs, and molasses together. Work in dry ingredients. Chill overnight. Pinch off dough into 1" balls. Roll in sugar. Arrange ...
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