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|Block mounted in a Grip-n-Stitch Frame|
|Setting up your work area. I like my pastry sheet in front of me with the powdered sugar and grated pecans near by. Cookie sheets await at the other top side of work area. All sticky stuff, jams, preserves, solo cookie fillings and the like are placed on the left where they will be spread on each cookie after rolling it out thinly.|
See my little treasure, the small rolling pin in the left hand of the picture! It is a dough roller for chinese foods, but it fits so well in your hands and is gentle on the thumbs!
|Cookies have been mixed and formed into balls. Now wrapped and ready to go in the refrigerator to rest for 2 hours or up to overnight for next day baking!|
|See my little treasure, the small rolling pin I'm using? It is a dough roller for Chinese foods, but it fits so well in my hands and is gentle on the thumbs!|
My husband is busy on the right side spreading the sticky stuff! He's a great helper, without him these may not have gotten baked this year :)
|Here they are baked and ready to be enjoyed. They store well in tin cookie containers or Tupperware storage containers.|