|The International Meat Book|
|by Carole Lalli|
Meat of all varieties is enjoying an astounding comeback in the American home, taking its traditional place at the center of the dining table and ...
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Sift flour, add salt. Crumble or add yeast into flour, cut butter into flour mixture. Add beaten egg yolks. Add sour cream and vanilla. Beat egg ...
Mix together. Bake slow for 30 minutes at 350. Shape into half moons.
Cream shortening thoroughly. ... on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake in 375 degree oven while still hot. Roll in powdered sugar. Makes about 6 dozen cookies.
Grind sugar, hazelnuts, ... Dip tips of cookies into chocolate and ... cool or refrigerate to set. Yield: 12 regular size horns or 48 miniature horseshoes.
Make like pie ... store. Once the cookies are baked and ... refrigerator covered for 1 month. Icing may be colored. Cookies freeze well filled or unfilled.
Mix well and knead good until smooth. Cover dough well and let stay in refrigerator up to five days. Roll out 1/4 inch and cut in shape. Paint with ...
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Mix nuts into Bakers filling, set aside. Cut shortening into flour. Heat milk until lukewarm. Add yeast. Beat eggs. Add ...
1. Preheat oven ... dough into small horns and place on ... chocolate chips then roll in chopped nuts to coat. 10. Allow to harden on waxed paper before storing.
Beat together butter, ... 1/2 inch between cookies. Bake until ... cool. Before serving, dust with 10X sugar and stripe with melted chocolate if you wish.
Chill dough for easy handling. To form horns, roll in ... about 200 small cookies. Very fragile, remove from cookie sheet with spatula. Cool on paper towel.
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