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Old 12-09-2004, 08:51 PM   #1
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Christmas Cookies??

this was probably already posted.. . but what is your favorite christmas cookie???? mine is sesame seed cookies. .its my next cookie to make on the list.. .ill post if anyone would like the recipe :)

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Old 12-09-2004, 09:38 PM   #2
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Oh geez - how to pick just one! I love to see eggnog snickerdoodles, gumdrop cookies, chewy molasses, german wasp nests - these are just to name a few!
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What? No maple cookies, KG? :)

I love Russian teacakes, anything chocolate, and just plain old decoarated sugar cookies. Oh - and pecan sandies, and French butter cookies and - sigh. I love 'em all!
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Well I LOVE the maple cookies and so does my family, but somehow they are not part of the traditional array that I have known since childhood. Does that make any sense?
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Well I LOVE the maple cookies and so does my family, but somehow they are not part of the traditional array that I have known since childhood. Does that make any sense?
It does to me! I have a lot of favorites that either don't show up at Christmas or show up only at Christmas! We always had a special selection of cookies in December that we never really made any other time of the year.
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Oh good! It sounds like you know that importance and value of tradition!
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Old 11-22-2005, 11:00 PM   #7
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Oh! Peanut butter cookies with a kiss on top beats everything! My grandmother always makes them for my birthday (which is in January) so I consider them my favorite Christmas cookies because it is less then a month after Christmas.

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