Mason and Dixon Cookies

Here's a vintage recipe, and a darn good one.... Some things we just don't need to m...



Here's a vintage recipe,
and a darn good one....

Some things we just don't need to mess with, like this one from 1893. We just need to make 'em, and bake 'em and get to eating them right up.
Recipe given as written.

Mason and Dixon Cookies

one cup brown sugar
one half cup melted shortening
one egg
one half cup sweet milk
one half teaspoonful of soda sifted with flour
one and one half cups of flour
one half cup chopped raisins
one half cup of chopped nuts
one half teaspoonful of salt
three squares melted chocolate

Mix in order given and bake in a moderate oven.

Note: Moderate oven is 350 degrees F. or slightly higher.

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  1. Hello. I'm lifting my head up from the ridiculous concentration of trying to write a book. I these cookies are the treat I deserve to make for all my, yet to be rewarded hard work.

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  2. You are so right Drick, just leave well enough alone. These cookies have enough good stuff in them to satisfy everyone.

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  3. This recipe is truly a treasure~

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  4. I wholeheartedly agree. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. You've gotta love the oldies. :-)

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