There's no other way to say it. If your dough isn't right, you're doing it wrong. I didn't change anything at all about this recipe and it came out great. I'm taking a half batch with me to work (I didn't have time to roll out and cut the whole batch...this makes a loooot of dough!) today to share. The dough is a bit wet when you begin working with it, but it's OK because as you are rolling and adding all that extra flour, the dough doesn't turn into a brick. I even tried doing some letterpressed cookies with it and even they turned out great!! I was surprised how the details in the letterpressed cookies were pretty intact through baking. I didn't have time to decorate these either, and I am looking forward to having the time to actually decorate some of these beautiful and wonderfully tasty cookies! POST NOTE: I brought these to work, and becaise I was worn out from the holidays I had no time to do anyhting fancy with them. Served them totally plain, just cut into cute wintery shapes, and they STILL disappeared on me. No color, no decorations, no icing. So there ya go!
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There's no other way to say it. If your dough isn't right, you're doing it wrong. I didn't...