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Orange Drop Cookies IV

Submitted by: Cathy 
Delicious cake-like cookies with orange frosting. 
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Melt In Your Mouth Honey Lemon Merry Christmas Cookies

Submitted by: Rory 
These are a Christmas family tradition at our house and they don't last long. Even better (more moist and very sweet) the second and third day if kept in an air tight container. 
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Mrs. Ronzo's Lemon Balls

Submitted by: Patti 
This is a favorite cake like lemon cookie of mine given to my mother when I was only 6 yrs. old, from a wonderful lady who lived down the street from us. We have always called them 'her' Lemon Balls... she is passed on now, but this recipe is made by my mother and I every Christmas! 
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Rochelle Sable

Submitted by: Rochelle 
The French word sables means 'sand cookies' or 'sandies,' so named because of their fine, crumbly texture. The hard-cooked egg yolk adds extra richness to the orange-scented cookie. 
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Beth's Orange Cookies

Submitted by: Beth Sigworth 
These soft, frosted orange cookies are another one of my own recipes. Serve these at your next tea or luncheon party and watch them disappear!! 
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Orange Drop Cookies III

Submitted by: Kathylee 
Add a little sunshine to your life with this easy to make orange cookie. 
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Orange Drop Cookies I

Submitted by: Kim Hannahs 
This recipe is from my great grandmother. I entered these in our County Fair. There were over 60 entries in the drop cookie category. I received 2nd place. Pretty darn good, huh? My great grandmother would have been so proud. You can make sour milk by combining 1/2 cup of milk with 1 teaspoon vinegar and allow to set 10 minutes. 
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Vanilla Wafers III

Submitted by: Glenda 
A not too sweet cake type cookie...perfect for an afternoon tea. 
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Spoon Cookies

Submitted by: Janet 
This recipe is from my Italian mother-in-law. She refers to them as spoon cookies because most Italian cookies are shaped and these are just dropped from a spoon. They're usually seen at Christmas. 
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Pohany

Submitted by: Wendy Mello 
My Grandma made these cookies for us. We make an 'imitation' of these by cutting flour tortillas into strips and deep-frying and then sprinkling with confectioners' sugar. To make the cookies or tortillas fancier my Grandma used a serrated knife to give a jagged edge. 
 
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