[Sca-cooks] Silly Season Post
otsisto at socket.net
Sat Aug 14 11:25:01 PDT 2010
Snickerdoodles are usually icebox cookies and normally they will flatten on
their own but some folks will press them down a bit with a glass to insure
they don't roll around on the baking sheet or because (so I have been told
by one whose mother pressed them) that they are kind of thought of as sugar
cookies and is treated as such and their method is to press the ball.
You could be right...I really don't remember whether she pressed them out or
not...I somehow thought she did but I could be mistaken!
On Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 5:09 PM, K C Francis <katiracook at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I bet we have the same recipe, except no pressing flat, that is reserved
for the peanut butter cookies, the old fork cross hatch!
> Snickerdoodles and open faced avocato sandwiches are my most treasured
childhood food memories.
> > Stefan, you are missing an important facet of your culinary education. A
> > snickerdoodle is a joy to kids everywhere...my mom used to make them for
> > when we were growing up. It is essentially a sugar cookie. When the
> > is all mixed, it is rolled into balls that are then dusted with cinnamon
and sugar mixture, the pressed flat with a glass...at least that's the way
=y mother did it.
> > Kiri
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