The Tradition Continues

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One of the things my family always enjoys are our Sugar Cookies cut in the shapes they grew up with.

This is the rolling pin and the cookie cutters that I was given at my wedding shower.  I think this was kind of a standard assortment that everyone had at the time.  These are the shapes I always used when my children were small and the same ones my grandchildren have grown up with.

A pony, reindeer, camel, christmas tree, angel and santa for the Christmas season.  They are old and don't cut really sharp anymore, but I still love them and love using them.

 The shapes bake up just fine.

 I grew up in a very loving family with very simple and limited means, but my mom always made cookies at Christmas.  No fancy frosting, just sprinkled with sugar, so that is the way I have always made them.  After they cool, the excess sugar shakes off and they are stored in Zip-lock bags until time to serve.

I use the recipe card that I copied from my mom's recipe.  As you can see, it is well worn.

  I think this is the best recipe ever.  If you don't have a favorite, you might want to try this one.

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