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magwrit1

I learned to bake from Betty Crocker, but my cooking is mainly international and heavy on Chinese, Italian and Jewish cooking. I once owned an eggroll company (my eggrolls). I have 4 sons, a cat, and a continually growing family.
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magwrit1 rated and reviewed the recipe Russian Tea Cakes
Russian Tea Cakes
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"Because of the size of my family, I've usually doubled or even tripled this recipe which has also frequented gift boxes for friends as well. Whether you call them Russian Tea Cakes, Mexican Wedding Cakes or, as we prefer, Snowballs, they're divine! I've made them with this recipe over 25 years now."
Posted on 11/22/2010
magwrit1 rated and reviewed the recipe Thumbprint Cookies
Thumbprint Cookies
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"I like to make these for the holidays and fill them in the jeweled tones of red/purple jellies and jams and orange marmalade. They're ideal for dressing up the cookie tray! The recipe needs to be doubled if you have a sweet-loving crowd."
Posted on 11/22/2010
magwrit1 rated and reviewed the recipe Peanut Butter Cookies
Peanut Butter Cookies
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"My four sons find these addictive--and I confess I have to agree with them. lol I rarely, however, make them exactly like the recipe: Depending on the overall mood in the air, I'll add either a 6-ounce bag of chocolate chips, or a 6-ounce bag of peanut butter chips. The chips put these over the top to greatness!"
Posted on 11/22/2010
magwrit1 rated and reviewed the recipe Lemon Bars
Lemon Bars
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"I often try to include these in my maze of holiday cookie baking as a nice addition. I've made these at times with different flavors--lime, orange--but I have to say the lemon really gives it that extra oomph that's needed. "
Posted on 11/22/2010
magwrit1 rated and reviewed the recipe Holiday Spritz
Holiday Spritz
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"They're easy, beautiful and absolutely melt in your mouth! I've been making this recipe since I was in my early 20s, and they have always been a big hit in my home."
Posted on 11/22/2010

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Posted 11/22/2010 11:47:45 AM REPORT ABUSE
Russian Tea Cakes
Russian Tea Cakes
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Because of the size of my family, I've usually doubled or even tripled this recipe which has also frequented gift boxes for friends as well. Whether you call them Russian Tea Cakes, Mexican Wedding Cakes or, as we prefer, Snowballs, they're divine! I've made them with this recipe over 25 years now.
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Posted 11/22/2010 11:43:09 AM REPORT ABUSE
Thumbprint Cookies
Thumbprint Cookies
Rating:
I like to make these for the holidays and fill them in the jeweled tones of red/purple jellies and jams and orange marmalade. They're ideal for dressing up the cookie tray! The recipe needs to be doubled if you have a sweet-loving crowd.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 11/22/2010 11:36:17 AM REPORT ABUSE
Peanut Butter Cookies
Peanut Butter Cookies
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My four sons find these addictive--and I confess I have to agree with them. lol I rarely, however, make them exactly like the recipe: Depending on the overall mood in the air, I'll add either a 6-ounce bag of chocolate chips, or a 6-ounce bag of peanut butter chips. The chips put these over the top to greatness!
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 11/22/2010 11:31:00 AM REPORT ABUSE
Lemon Bars
Lemon Bars
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I often try to include these in my maze of holiday cookie baking as a nice addition. I've made these at times with different flavors--lime, orange--but I have to say the lemon really gives it that extra oomph that's needed.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 11/22/2010 11:25:07 AM REPORT ABUSE
Holiday Spritz
Holiday Spritz
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They're easy, beautiful and absolutely melt in your mouth! I've been making this recipe since I was in my early 20s, and they have always been a big hit in my home.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 11/22/2010 11:02:00 AM REPORT ABUSE
Gold Medal® Classic Dinner Rolls
Gold Medal® Classic Dinner Rolls
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I've been making this recipe for many more years than I'd like to admit. It is the foundation of my cloverleaf rolls and the most incredible cinnamon bread! In fact, whenever I've made the cinnamon bread, half of it disappears before the bread has cooled, thanks to my four sons. I'm so relieved this recipe is on the site! I moved 5 days ago, and my favorite cookbooks--including the Betty Crocker Cookbook, Hostess Cookbook, Good 'n' Easy (I think that's the name) and Cookie Cookbooks were all accidentally packed in the storage and it will be after the holidays before I find them! Now I'm off to find some of my other tried and true Betty Crocker recipes I've made since I was 19! My mom bought those cookbooks for me when I was 19--and my youngest son is now 20! lol I'm soooo glad Betty Crocker is online! (I'm a new member, btw.)
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