I usually make a family recipe and tried this one for a change. I read other reviewers comments and decided to up the sugar to 3 cups. I also divided the dough into 6 disks, wrapped each in plastic wrap, and chilled overnight. Like any dough, you may need to play with the flour a bit if the dough feels sticky, and you will also need to flour your surface and pin when rolling. When it came time to cook them the next day, I opened up my tablet and thought it was still on the same recipe, so I ended up cooking these at 325 degrees for about ten minutes (the cooking instructions for a different recipe!) Wow that's the best mistake I ever made. The cookies baked up perfectly, and still kept that beautiful light color, and I didn't have any trouble with burning the edges as in past years. I would definitely recommend the lower temp, especially if you like to roll you cookies a bit thinner.
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I usually make a family recipe and tried this one for a change. I read other reviewers...