This is a quick bread made with cornmeal, adapted from a Williams-Sonoma holiday cookbook. They suggested serving it as a bread with your holiday meal, but we've always liked it for breakfast during the holiday season. Eat plain, or toast individual slices in your toaster oven (it's too crumbly for a regular toaster) and top with butter and orange marmalade. Yum! Because of the cornmeal, the bread has a bit of a crunch to it when toasted.
These are from the May 2001 issue of Creative Home magazine. They make a very rich sugar cookie that melts in your mouth. I use the large Wilton cookie cutters with the rubber grippers. My kids and I make flowers and butterflies in the spring, and leaves and sunflowers in the fall.
This recipe is from the May 2001 issue of Creative Home magazine. It's easy to make and gives an impressive glossy finish to sugar cookies. Especially good on Bloomin' Sugar Cookies (recipe #188686). Note: the only place I've found to purchase meringue powder is a specialty cake decorating shop.