THE ART OF MAKING GOOD COOKIES: Plain & Fancy by

THE ART OF MAKING GOOD COOKIES: Plain & Fancy

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is all you need to know about the making of cookies, for virtually every type is considered, for every taste and occasion. Basic principles insure competence in carrying out the incredible number of recipes, divided into categories. Under two main headings,-Plain and Fancy, come the following types- ball, bars, filled, icebox, no-bake, pressed and rolled. School lunch cookies, cookies for holidays and special occasions, specialties for quantity cooking, finally spectaculars such as gingerbread houses introduce an incredibly wide choice. Most valuable, however, for the average housekeeper are the facts about substitutions, and dietary aspects.

Pub Date: March 22nd, 1963
Publisher: Doubleday