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These are wonderful cookies and I have fond memories of making them with her and sharing a cup of tea.
With morsels of semisweet chocolate nestled in rich butter cookie dough, these drop-and-bake cookies have become a longtime favorite.
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I think this is one of the first things I ever cooked! I make this in my electric frying pan, but you can do it stovetop if you have a big enough covered frying pan. Since it's made with egg noodles, it's not a traditional style lasagna, but it is much eas
Use sugar cookies as ready-made crusts for these blueberry-studded miniature cheesecakes.
I hate using my oven...but sometimes I need to make cookies so I was very excited when I found this recipe. I haven't tried it...yet, but plan on making them very soon!
Don't let the dates turn you off from this recipe; you can't even tell that they are the main ingredient. My grandma made these cookies every year for the Christmas holidays, and I always looked forward to them more than her sugar cookies.
A cookie pizza becomes a spooky cemetery when decorated with cookie tombstones, candy eyes, and jelly worms.
Toasting nuts emphasizes their buttery flavor. These snowy-white sugar-coated Christmas cookies contain chunks of bright red cherries to put everyone in a holiday mood.
My Mom used to make this meal when me and my brother were growing up. We love it because pork chops fall off the bone. I make it even now as a wife--mom my family loves it. Good with mashed potatoes and gravy.
Recipe courtesy Michael Chiarello