|Strawberry Delights Cookbook|
|by Karen Jean Matsko Hood|
The king of berries and the pride of gardeners everywhere, the strawberry is the only berry that is synonymous with summertime.
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Beat sugar and eggs, add buttermilk, lard and vanilla. Sift ... Roll on floured board; cut and bake at 400 degrees on a greased cookie sheet. Makes 5 dozen.
Cream butter and lard; add sugar ... in moderate oven until brown (approximately 10 minutes). Do not put close enough to touch, this will spoil the shape.
Sift flour like ... biscuits. Add eggs, lard, and sugar ... together and knead. Put out on cutting sheet and cut out like biscuits. Bake at 325 degrees.
Cream sugar in lard. Add cream ... or until lightly brown around edges. Store in a tightly closed container. This recipe will make about 90 large cookies.
Sift flour once, measure 2 cups flour, soda, salt and spices, sift together 3 times. Combine molasses, melted shortening and boiling water. Add 2 ...
Cream the yeast ... place. Rub the lard into the flour. ... form into small cakes, roll and ... brushing over with a little beaten yolk of egg before baking.
Cream shortening and sugar, then beat in eggs one at a time. Mix soda and sour milk together. Add this alternately with the baking powder and flour ...
Mix in flour to stiff; enough to roll out. Roll out thin and bake at 350°F.
For crispness add 1/2 cup more sugar. Mix with plain flour to soft dough. Roll 1/4 inch thick. Bake at 350 degrees.
Reconstitute dried yeast ... bowl, rub in lard. Pour yeast ... minutes). Brush tops with milk. Bake in hot oven (425 to 450 degrees) for 10 to 15 minutes.
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