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Cookie time is almost here, so this week I decided to celebrate a great vintage kitchen tool, the cookie press or cookie gun. Even though Mirro is the...

Holy cow! If you LOVE a good soft, frosted sugar cookie like I do, you are going to be super-happy you found this recipe! I always love the frosted cookies...

It’s day two of our ten days of Vintage Christmas Cookies, and today we have one that turned out to be a personal favorite of mine. These lovelies are...

It’s cookie time here on the Mid-Century Menu This year I tested 10 different vintage cookie recipes that caught my eye during the year and that I knew...

Guess what? It’s time for cookies! Fun, bright cookies made with a package of Jell-O. Yep, that’s right. Jell-O. It turns out that not all gelatin...

This is it!!! It’s COOKIE TIME, People!!! I am really, really, excited. Really. In fact, I am so excited, I am posting about cookies this week. And not just any cookies, but GOOD cookies. Tested cookies that I make every year and that Tom wolfs down just as fast as they come out of the oven. So let’s do this! 1. Lena’s Christmas Cookies These cookies are amazing....

“A cookie with a different shape, and a new flavor!” From Pillsbury’s 7th Grand National Cookbook, 1956. « Previous Smuggler’s...

From Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book, 1950 « Previous Easter Frosting Town   Next » Easter Cake...

Happy Wednesday, All!  So, for this Christmas I decided I was going to give Tom a break from the Mid-Century Menu for dinner for a month. I decided it...