|The Brown County Cookbook|
|by Marynor Jordan|
"From Beanblossom to Gnawbone, recipes have been gathered to show the true character of Brown County.
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Mix together. Sift together and add to above mixture, mix well. Chill. Roll into 1" balls and roll these in granulated sugar. Bake 8 to 10 minutes at ...
Mix together cooking oil, sugar, molasses, and egg. Sift flour, soda, cloves, ginger, cinnamon, and salt. Mix with first 4 ingredients. Refrigerate ...
Cream butter and ... diagonally and turn cookies to bake on ... or rum flavoring instead of lemon/vanilla. Great with coffee or tea or chocolate! Enjoy!
Mix butter and sugar. Add eggs. Add soda. Add dry ingredients. Mix well. Add chopped dates and walnuts. Drop from spoon or form balls. Bake on ...
Mix all together - batter will be very stiff. Pat out onto cookie sheet (10x16) and criss-cross with fork. Bake at 350 degrees, 15 to 20 minutes. Cut ...
Beat eggs until fluffy. Add sugar. Add flour, salt, raisins and nuts. Grease and flour cookie sheet; roll out. Place on cookie sheet. Bake at 350 ...
Beat eggs until foamy, then add sugar, lemon, salt, cinnamon, oil and wine. Add some flour and mix a little. Then add baking powder. Add rest of ...
Turn oven to ... use to flatten cookies. Decorate cookies ... package. With pancake turner, lift cookies onto cooling rack to cool. Makes 12 to 14 cookies.
Cover cookie sheet with tin foil. Sprinkle flour on cloth. Roll out dough on cloth 1/4 inch thick and cut into thin strips. Make pictures with strips ...
Blend together brown sugar, crisco, eggs, water, and vanilla. Add flour, salt, and soda and mix well. Filling: Cook slow until dates are soft and ...
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