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Cream Puff Shells

Submitted by: GINGER P 
These shells can be filled with sweetened whipped cream or a savory salmon mousse. They store well in the freezer before they are filled. 
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Ladyfingers

Submitted by: Roxanne 
To make Chocolate Lady Fingers, substitute 3/4 cup all-purpose flour plus 2 tablespoons cocoa powder for the all-purpose flour. 
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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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Rosettes II

Submitted by: Patti 
I discovered this recipe when I was stationed in Japan. The irons come in all different shapes, such as stars, butterflies, hearts, etc. 
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Cannoli Shells

Submitted by: Judy Peterson 
These shell are wrapped around cannoli tubes and deep fried. Cannoli shells are traditionally filled with a rich ricotta cheese filling. 
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Stained Glass Cookies

Submitted by: Kathleen Dickerson 
Melted candies surrounded by dough to resemble stained glass windows. 
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Sweet Oatcakes

Submitted by: Andrew Williams 
This is a good recipe for kids to do, and it is delicious. Try substituting your favored finely chopped dried fruit in place of the raisins for different flavor variations. 
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Cream Cheese Tart Shells

Submitted by: Glenda 
Perfect for a tea party, these dainty shells will go with just about any filling. A pastry made with cream cheese, butter, and flour gets pressed into mini muffin tins and baked. 
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Gourmet Pretzel Rods

Submitted by: JEANNIE C 
They're CRUNCHY and CHEWY and SWEET and SALTY and have a touch of CHOCOLATE... the ultimate snack! I get the peanuts and caramels in the bulk food section of the grocery store. Very easy and fun to make. 
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Anisette Cookies II

Submitted by: KATE1 
Crisp little rounds with the distinctive flavor of anise. These are terrific when glazed or frosted. If you do not like anise, vanilla extract can be substituted for it. 
 
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