I also made some sugar cookies this year, including a leg lamp from “A Christmas Story.” This cutter is available here. It has the cookie details on the inside of cutter. This only works if your dough is rolled out to about 1/2-inch thick (the height of the cutter) though. Mine was not, so I went back in and added fishnet details with a fork.
This is the Apple Pear Pie I baked this year for the holidays.
I have a book now: The Sea Islands Dining Guide. Click here for a link to it.
Seasonal this is, in more ways than one…
These are Turmeric Ginger Kookys I made over the weekend. I’d like to add a marmalade, chocolate, or honey glaze to them.
Roses, horse heads, horseshoes, and the state of Kentucky shaped Kookys. Chocolate Bourbon flavor.
Decorated with homemade chocolate frosting, chocolate glaze, cocoa dyed coconut flakes, black dyed coconut flakes, white coconut flakes.
While Eastern rabbits have white fluffy tails, some Western species, like Jackrabbits, have black tails.
Decorated with orange-dyed, turquoise blue dyed, and pale green dyed Godiva white chocolate, dyed black semi-sweet chocolate, homemade chocolate frosting, and green sprinkles.
The umbrellas were meant to match like a “mother and daughter” set.
Unfortunately the larger umbrella broke before I could take the big photo of all the decorated kookys in one shot. I think next time I will make chocolate umbrellas and glaze the backside with chocolate for extra strength.
Decorated with homemade chocolate frosting, Godiva white chocolate, dry white unsugared coconut flakes, and cocoa powder coconut flakes.
These kookys illustrate the summer and winter coat of the snowshoe rabbit found in arctic locales.
Decorated with Godiva white chocolate glaze and topped with white coconut flakes.