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Ok. Must be my cold medicine working. My husband told me to go to bed. C a n 't seem to leave my c omputer.......
post #32 of 37
If only my computer were powered by a tread mill then the CC addiction would not be as bad. icon_lol.gif
My 14 year old golden fur baby. If you think this is funny you should see the rest of the baby album!
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My 14 year old golden fur baby. If you think this is funny you should see the rest of the baby album!
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post #33 of 37
HAHAHAHA!!! NEW - I'm busting up laughing! That's just too funny! And you know it's funny because I TOTALLY agree!!! Image
~ ~ Melanie
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~ ~ Melanie
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post #34 of 37
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Originally Posted by Princess3

I have probably asked you before, but what part of KY are you from? Now I will remember you from your lovely "Mathew McConaughy" he's hot. icon_surprised.gif




I'm in Western KY...close to Ft. Campbell. Awwww...Matthew....he has stole many women's hearts!!! icon_razz.gif
Yep, That's Matthew McConaughey!!
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Yep, That's Matthew McConaughey!!
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post #35 of 37
Princess - they taste like marshmallow covered cookies. very yummy and not too sweet.

Dl5crew - I use the Wearever insulated cookie sheets and bake my cookies on parchment. That way I can just slide the whole sheet off onto a cooling rack and keep the production line going.

I haven't tried putting the fondant directly on the cookies when they come out of the oven. I usually glue it on with corn syrup when their cooled and then I put accents with royal. Very quick and easy way to make pretty cookies. I have some in my photos.
Proud to announce I won 2nd place in the Professional Wedding Cake Division at the National Capital Area Cake Show!

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Proud to announce I won 2nd place in the Professional Wedding Cake Division at the National Capital Area Cake Show!

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post #36 of 37
I have never tried NFSC. I use a receipe I got about 16 years ago. It was in a free publication that Crisco had put out for the holidays. It is called Kringle Kutouts. I either use colored sugar or mmf on mine. I am going to try the rolled buttercream on them today.
I am glad everyone is okay after all the storms and flooding you guys have had.

Kringle Kutouts

2/3 cups butter Crisco
3/4 cups sugar
1 tbls + 1 tsp milk
1 tsp vanilla
1 egg
2 cups all purpose flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
(I use self rising flour and omit the baking powder and salt)

Cream crisco, sugar, milk and vanilla. Add egg mixing until well blended. Gradually add flour to creamed mixture, beating well. Chill 2 hours.
Roll out on floured surface and cut into desired shapes. If decorating with sugar add it before baking. Bake on ungreased cookie sheet for 7 to 9 minutes. Cool on pan for 2 minutes. Remove to wire rack and cool.
If using mmf, I add it as soon as the cookies come out of the oven-a tip I got off of this web site that works really well.
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Thanks for the recipe pettycakes, and yes it was such a beautiful day today after all that rain, you would have never known!
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