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1/26/2010 Sally (S'mores Pie)
12/21/2009 PlayDough Cookies
12/11/2009 Cookie balls
12/3/2009 Fast cobbler
12/10/2008 Eggnog pie
11/20/2008 The Pie
11/10/2008 Silk Pie Filling
11/9/2008 Whipped Cream Topping
11/8/2008 Cookie Pie Crust
5/24/2004 Peanut Butter Shake
3/24/2004 Quick crab dip
2/24/2004 Black bean tacos
1/24/2004 Hansford Chili
10/24/2003 Pot Roast
9/24/2003 Miracle Peanutbutter Cookies
6/24/2002 840 Sauce (Spicy Barbeque Garlic Wing Sauce)
6/24/2002 Wings!
3/16/2001 Blue Chi's Dip
8/08/2000 Juice
7/24/2000 Cheese Steak
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4 new entries added after 12/10/2008

  • 1/26/2010 Sally (S'mores Pie)
  • 12/21/2009 PlayDough Cookies
  • 12/11/2009 Cookie balls
  • 12/3/2009 Fast cobbler
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    PlayDough Cookies by Family

    As long as I can remember these cookies have been made in my family and I've seen them no where else. It's a simple recipe and fun for anyone with half an imagination. You start out with sugar cookie dough, color it, and make things just like you would with Play Dough. Some of the old standards are holly and berries, wreaths, trees, santa hats, and candy canes. Of course there's always fun stuff that can come out too like dinosaurs, ponies, pea pods and fish. If you start getting bored, easy items to use up the dough are candy canes, and christmas tree balls of all sorts of colors.

    It helps to have several other kinds of cookies available to munch on while you're making these.

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    PlayDough Cookies
    Serves: makes about 2 dozen cookies, depending on the size   Time: Depends on how much fun you want to have!

    1 c butter
    1 c sugar
    3 c flour
    food coloring

    Waxed paper
    Cookie sheets


    1) Cream the butter and sugar
    2) mix in the flour a little at a time
    3) Separate the dough into balls 3 big ones, and 2 smaller ones
    4) Set one larger ball aside. Color each remaining ball by kneading a few drops of food coloring in by hand.
    green, red - big
    blue, yellow, - small
    5) Place the dough in small bowls. Cover and refrigerate for about an hour.
    6) Set out waxed paper and shape the dough into cookies, using pieces of whatever color you want. Keep the cookies between 1/4 and 1/2 inch thick
    7) When each cookie is done place it on a pan. Once you fill up the pan bake for 7-10 minutes at 375