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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 20 June 2005 
NEWSLETTER CONTENTS
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  • Love that Dirt!
  • KJ's Virus Clinic
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  • Funnies
  • Lock the door and set ...
  • Recipe of the Month
  • POM: Best Little Compu...
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  • Recipe of the Month
    by Carol Hall
    June 2005
    June's recipe is for cookies! June is a wonderful "cookie month" because there are so many things happening and you can bake cookies for each occasion:

    • Weddings
    • Graduations
    • Flag Day
    • Summer-kick-off Parties
    • School's out-Celebrations
    • Garfield's Birthday
    • Gearing up-for-the-4th-of July Parties
    • 6-More-Months-till-Christmas-Parties
    • I'm-Glad-it's-NOT-Christmas-Parties
    • Pack-for-Vacation Parties
    • Tune-up-the Lawn-Mower-Parties
    • Planting-time Parties
    • Weed-Pulling-Parties
    • Car-Wash-Parties

    Okay, you can see where this is leading: EVERY DAY IS A DAY TO CELEBRATE, so why not celebrate with COOKIES? This sugar cookie recipe is great. The cookies are soft, tasty and can be made into almost any shape you desire. A note of warning however: This recipe makes a LARGE batch of dough. Not a problem in June, of course, when there are so many occasions to celebrate. However, if you don't really need to bake enough cookies to last the whole month, not to worry. After you make the enormous batch of dough, simply divide it and freeze it in smaller amounts. Then you will be ready to bake cookies the instant a special (or not so special) event arises!

    Sugar Cookies

    • 2 cups butter
    • 4 cups sugar
    • 4eggs
    • 4 teaspoons milk
    • 4 teaspoons vanilla
    • 2 teaspoons salt
    • 4 teaspoons baking powder
    • 6 cups flour

    Combine the first 5 ingredients, then blend in the last 3. Roll the dough out on a floured surface to about ΒΌ inch thick, and cut into desired shapes. Bake on a greased cookie sheet at 375 degrees until the are "lightly-browned" around the edges (approx 8 minutes, ovens may vary). Cool and frost!

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