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    these are REALLY old cookie recipes from farm women in ne and my families cookie recipes and just cookies ive liked there is a wide selection here . some had vey little instruction so bear with them . and ive been written alot because people where looking everywhere for this recipe that their grandma made , if your looking it might be here .
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    Molly Katzan. You can make this tahini (sesame butter) tastes similar to peanut butter cookies (not as sweet). You can make without the sesame seeds and you don't have to roll them out either. They are really good stuff!

    Recipe #155684

    From my mother-in-law's recipes. It's really old and I don't know where she got it, but it's really coconutty. These are good and she made them a lot when Rudy was little in the 40's and 50's.

    Recipe #112743

    Recipe #425823

    kossman old cookie recipe bar with orange icing

    Recipe #341483

    from darlene kossman it looks to be a cake like cookie very old recipe

    Recipe #342924

    from darlene kossman baked down at lensers telephone office meadow grove ne 1941 . she says they are very good

    Recipe #337879

    History in the Baking. This cookie is very good. its a shortbread cookie but better it was my bosses kirks favorite cookie

    Recipe #124060

    I don't know where these came from but they are good.

    Recipe #103878

    This is from Libbie's Little Black Book. I haven't tried these yet but her other cookies are great. The bottom 1/2 of the ingredients list is the filling recipe starting with the sugar. Thanks Heather for helping with these.

    Recipe #141226

    Light lemony cookie.

    Recipe #149689

    Secrets to Hungarian Cooking. I've never made this. I'm just guessing the times. I wrote instuctions like they were given.

    Recipe #124058

    History in the Baking again. I haven't tried these cookies but they sound good. I sure hope they take the calories out of their recipes up here. hehehe

    Recipe #124046

    An old recipe from my MIL Libby.The directions for baking are not here as she used a wood stove. Watch them as I am guessing on the time and temperature. She made these a lot when Rudy was growing up. They are wonderful. She loves anything with coconut. Her Mother kept a jar of it just for her.

    Recipe #135492

    I saw these on the Food Network. Calling all Cooks was the show which I like very much. My strawberry raspberry jam was good in these too.

    Recipe #104791

    From very old clipping from Darlene Kossman. The cookie dough needs overnight chilling.

    Recipe #415582

    An old recipe for a cinnamon cookie.

    Recipe #368786

    Old recipe from Tilden Ne; has coconut, oats, and nuts. No real instructions given.

    Recipe #466553

    from darlene kossman very old cookie i dont think the flavorings are necessary if you dont have them they just bump up flavor and because of kitchen klatter alot of these older bakers had ALL the flavorings lol

    Recipe #340348

    This is from Vicki. She makes these for the farmers market and boy they sell fast. They have chocolate chips in them. they are a firm cookie and taste like a mixture of sugar cookie and chocolate chip. they are very good.

    Recipe #135766

    Grandma Wood's recipe. Easy to make--delicious to eat--like a spice cookie.

    Recipe #149687

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