Cookie Molds Around the Year: An Almanac of Molds, Cookies, and Other Treats for Christmas, New Year's, Valentine's Day, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Other Holidays, and Every Season

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Cookie Molds Around the Year: An Almanac of Molds, Cookies, and Other Treats for Christmas, New Year's, Valentine's Day, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Other Holidays, and Every Season

⇏ Free Cookie Molds Around the Year: An Almanac of Molds, Cookies, and Other Treats for Christmas, New Year's, Valentine's Day, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Other Holidays, and Every Season online ⢠ Book By Anne L Watson ⥂ CONTENTSBasic Directions for Molded CookiesHow to Tell When Cookies Are DoneShaping Cookie TartletsJANUARYNew Years, Twelfth Night, and Storytelling Around the FireRecipe Lemon Shortbread Cookie TartletsFirst Story Journey to the Twelfth Night MarketRecipe Spiced Lemon Pecan King CookiesSecond Story The RopedancerTip Matching Cookies and MoldsTip Layer CookiesRecipe Raisin Layer CookiesRecipe Spice CookiesTip Removing Extra FlourThird Story The White CatRecipe Chocolate Coconut Tea CookiesTip Chocolate BackingRecipe Lime CookiesTip Odd Shaped Sandwich CookiesFEBRUARYValentine Hearts, Flowers, and ChocolatesRecipe Milk Chocolate Cherry CookiesRecipe Dark Chocolate Cookies with Marzipan ToppingTip Working with MarzipanRecipe Cinnamon Cocoa CookiesTip Trimming CookiesRecipe I Love You CookiesTip Texture in Molded CookiesRecipe Chocolate Orange Layer CookiesTip Preparing Cookie MoldsRecipe Sweets for the Sweet Sugar CookiesCookie Molds from Found ObjectsMARCHSaint Patricks Day and ShortbreadCreating Your Own Shortbread RecipeTip Molding ShortbreadTip Shortbread PansRecipe Tropical ShortbreadRecipe Chocolate Almond ShortbreadRecipe Butterscotch ShortbreadTip The Perfect Traditional ShortbreadAPRILEaster BasketsTip Recognizing Kinds of Cookie MoldsRecipe Coconut Sugar CookiesRecipe Cherry and Chocolate Layer CookiesHoney and Sugar The Pros and ConsTip Honey and Sugar Getting the Right ProportionsStrawberry Shortcake for Easter DinnerRecipe Chocolate Sugar CookiesTip Another Idea for Cookie TartletsTip Creatively Combining Cookie Molds and CuttersRecipe Pecan Cookies with Chocolate BackingMAYGardens, Flowers, Birds, and a Few BugsTip Where to Look for Old Cookie MoldsTip Using Antique Cookie MoldsRecipe Soft Brandy Orange CookiesTwentieth Century Pottery Cookie MoldsRecipe Cinnamon Almond CookiesKashigata and Moon Cake MoldsMetal Molds and PansJUNEJune on the IslandCake Topper MoldsTip Molding Marzipan and FondantRecipe Dark Chocolate Cookies with MarzipanRecipe Easy Wedding CookiesTip Flavoring Extracts and WatersThe Wedding CoachThe Bridal ArchMore Wedding Cookie MoldsJULYPicnics in JulyRecipe Creamy Coconut CookiesModern Makers and Their MoldsWood MoldsComposition MoldsPottery MoldsSilicone MoldsRecipe Maple Orange CookiesAUGUSTThe Island in AugustCookies and Molds for KidsTip Kid Friendly Cookie MoldsTip Kids and FlavorsRecipe Your Own Animal CookiesPlastic Animal MoldsGingerbread Kids MoldRecipe Gingerbread for KidsRearing Horse MoldTip Favorite Cartoon CharactersHornbook MoldsTea Party Cookie StampElves Dancing MoldTriceratops MoldDog MoldsSEPTEMBERSeptember on the IslandFall QuiltingQuilted Hearts MoldRecipe Cookies for Quilters TeaHeart in Hand MoldSchoolhouse Quilt MoldTulip Basket MoldBalti Album Wreath MoldHomespun Heart MoldTip Choosing a Recipe for Quilt CookiesVase of Flowers MoldPine Tree MoldA Cookie QuiltOCTOBERHalloweenHalloween Cookie MoldsWitch MoldRecipe Chocolate Chip Layer CookiesHaunted House MoldCat MoldRecipe Orange CookiesPumpkin Cookie MoldThree Zanda Panda Cookie MoldsNOVEMBERLate Fall An AppreciationRecipe Apple or Pumpkin Cookie TartletsRecipe Cinnamon Chestnut CookiesRecipe Cranberry Pecan Layer CookiesTip Butter Molds for CookiesDECEMBERDecember HolidaysRecipe Cinnamon Almond TreatsRecipe Honey Cream CookiesTip Good Prints from Extra Large MoldsTip Handling Oversize CookiesRecipe Maple Gingerbread CookiesRecipe Chocolate Raspberry CookiesRecipe Pecan CookiesTip More on Trimming CookiesTip Christmas Ornaments from Molded CookiesRESOURCES SAMPLEDECEMBER HOLIDAYSIts cold now, here on San Juan Island Snow is a possibility every morning, and frost is a certainty The trees are bare, but we bundle up in layer upon layer of coats and sweaters.And the days are so short The sun comes up, far in the south, long after breakfast, and it sets long before dinner This is the time of year when many cultures have celebrations to drive away the dark Christmas, with all its lights and its star Hanukkah, the festival of lights Kwanzaa Santa Lucia midwinter festivals in several cultures and many others throughout history.Many homeowners on the island put up Christmas lights, of course, doubly welcome outside the town limits, where there are no streetlights.There are decorations, too I have a tiny model village I put on the mantel for Christmas, and it usually stays for most of the winter The merchants of Friday Harbor help drive away the dark with a competition to decorate their shop fronts.On December 5, we celebrate St Nicholas Eve with molded cookies in the shape of the saint with his horse or donkey some cookie molds show one, some the other The story of St Nicholas is not well known, but he was a real person who performed great acts of generosity and kindness.It was St Nicholas cookies that originally sparked my own interest in molded cookies My husband, Aaron Shepard, is a childrens author, and his childrens storybook The Bakers Dozen is about a baker who learns a lesson of generosity from St Nicholas himself.Near the end of December is the winter solstice, that turning point that tells us that the sun is coming back, even as we see only cold and darkness.The month ends, of course, with its cornucopia of Christmas cookies These include almost every secular and religious motif you could think of, from jolly snowmen to medieval manger scenes Baking cookies for family and friends is a special holiday joy, and in the spirit of St Nicholas, lets bake some to give away as well.For this month, I feature both traditional and new recipes to bake and share.GOT A QUESTION JUST ASK ME A NOTE FROM ANNELets face it No author can think of every single question you might have while reading the book No matter how clear and complete it is, theres always a chance youll find something you dont quite get or that doesnt quite fit your situation So, what do you do If the book is one of mine, you can go to my Web site and ask me direct Ill be glad to help I also use my Web site to describe new things Im wondering about and trying and exploring So, please do take a look MORE BOOKS BY ANNE L WATSONBAKING WITH COOKIE MOLDS In this groundbreaking book, Anne L Watson restores cookie molds to an honored place in the bakers kitchen by revealing long lost secrets of their use With Annes techniques and recipes, tasty cookies with lovely, detailed designs will literally fall from the mold into your hand.SMART HOUSEKEEPING Theres no shortage of so called experts to cheerfully advise you on how to declutter, organize, and clean With insight, wit, and common sense, this book cuts through the clutter of questionable and often silly advice to offer practical keys to reclaiming and maintaining your home.SMART SOAPMAKING Whether youve made melt and pour soap and want to move on or youve made traditional soap with slow, outmoded methods or youve never made a bar in your life youll find Smart Soapmaking practical, helpful, and refreshing Written by a former professional soapmaker, this book explodes the myths about soapmaking and shows you how to make luxurious soap from scratch with the least fuss and bother.LIVING APART TOGETHER Theres one reason marriages and long term relationships break up that is seldom acknowledged Many committed couples would get along better if they werent roommates In this groundbreaking book, Anne L Watson draws on personal experience to reveal the benefits of living separately and tells how you might make it work for yourself.SKEETER A CAT TALE When a stray kitten romps into Lynnes life, she has no idea what shes getting into As Lynne describes in letters to her friend Angie, Skeeter is all cat high spirited, contrary, inventive, and so goofy that he reminds Lynne of her own nuttiest escapades No one who meets Skeeter will ever be quite the same again. 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