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  • Angie Perdue

    Snowball Cookies [Mexican Wedding Cookies; Tea Cake Cookies]

  • Wendy Smith

    Snowball Cookie Recipe..... Perhaps you know them as Russian Tea Cakes? Or maybe you call them Mexican Wedding Cookies? Or are they Pecan Fingers?

  • Tabby Busboso

    Russian Tea Cookies, Fav

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