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    Needed a quick way to have that holiday fruitcake taste without the long planning and preparing, with some ease in giving. Besides that, most people aren't afraid of a bar cookie the way people develop phobias about fruitcake, including me. These aren't too labor intensive, similar time it takes to make a batch of chocolate chip cookies. Recipe is original, a take on a variety of sources.

    Recipe #201438

    We have a very old Lhasa Apso that continues to become fussier and fussier about what he will and won't eat, meanwhile, his health deteriorating. I created this with turkey, to use some of the leftovers after Thanksgiving, with some ingredients that have become standard to all his meals, to improve his health. Some of the ingredients may sound odd, but they have helped to improve his health a lot, along with some high quality vitamin supplements. Measurements are approximate, use the amounts you have available and substitute another meat, if needed. Turkey, btw, is one of the least inflammatory of all meats, so it is preferred for aiding arthritic dogs and other health conditions. Besides that, CoCo just licks the bowl absolutely clean, loves that turkey.

    Recipe #199127

    This is a recipe from an old Sunset Desserts Cookbook, likely from the 1970's, that was lost during a move. I searched high and low on the internet for this exact recipe, as I remembered it, to no avail. I finally found a copy of the recipe I had handwritten and placed in my mother's very old cookbook many years ago. Eureka! I wanted to post it here, so that I wouldn't lose it, and to share so others could enjoy them as well. I used to make these occasionally as a special treat for our family and for holidays and events. Rich and buttery with that wonderful coconut taste with a powdered sugar coating similar to wedding cookies. These are pretty simple to make and are "jr. chef assistant" friendly, especially for little hands to coat them in powdered sugar. Probably one of the best things about these cookies is that they are so great for a "make-ahead" cookie, as the dough is refrigerated and sliced, so you can break up the prep time into different days. Also, the baked cookies improve in flavor as they mature, so another "do-ahead" advantage. They are ideal for "care packages" to mail, if cushioned and packed securely, as they don't go stale. I hope you enjoy these as much as our family and guests have :)

    Recipe #187956


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