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My mom always made hand cookies when I was growing up. We'd place our hand on the rolled out dough, and she trace the shape with a butter knife. And we'd decorate it (add rings and bracelets) with frosting when the cookies were done baking.

Design Mom - "My mom always made hand cookies when I was growing up. We'd place our hand on the rolled out dough, and she trace the shape with a butter knife. And we'd decorate it (add rings and bracelets) with frosting when the cookies were done baking.

たまちゃんのにっこり寿司 阿修羅寿司

Over 50 Sushi Rolls Too Cool To Eat created by Tama-chan, who teaches how to create these culinary creations of sushi art in her classes in Tokyo.

Mace Spiced Shortbread for Afternoon Tea - "Use your favourite cookie cutter to cut into shapes. Or you can try my default method of using a crystal cut sugar bowl to imprint a pretty pattern. I love Mother Necessity. She hangs out quite a bit in my kitchen."

After cutting out rounds of cookie dough, create a pattern by using the bottom of a fancy glass. Simply dip the glass in some flour, then press into cookie dough to create an imprint. Use a pastry brush to remove the excess flour from the cookie.

Care for a Chocolate? ~~ Houston Foodlovers Book Club

**DeBrand Chocolatier’s Faces of The World chocolates. Live near here and never visited there factory/store!

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