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September 27, 2010


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Mmmmm... I love white chocolate! One of my favourite sugar cookie recipes to make is actually a slightly different recipe from the one I used for the challenge, more buttery in taste, and then you drizzle the tops with white chocolate or do large chocolate spots on them. Yum! (And just a note, I can't have a cookie without being able to dip it into coffee!)

Love your turtle cutter! So cute :D

Thank you for taking part of the challenge :)

Simona Carini

Thanks, Mandy, for hosting. It was a fun challenge.


Simona! Thank you! You explained this so eloquently. Decorating cookies may be "fun" but we don't eat them in our house. We just don't have the appetite for them. Nice job on your cookies!


I love reading your blog and your comments on Italian life! I always love to know more even though I am of Italian parents we are in another country blending another country's way with the Italian ways so there are often many differences. I can imagine a plain frollino with a coffee right now!


The white socks on your cat cookie is adorable!

Simona Carini

Thanks, Ivonne.

Thanks, Marcellina.

I am glad you like my whimsical decoration, Alicia.


madonna quanto sono buoni i frollini...
senti, avrei una preghierina per te :)
potresti aggiungere anche il sistema metrico nelle ricette per noi fans europei? :))
baciotto xox

Simona Carini

Certamente. Ho anche installato il buttono per stampare la ricetta. Fammi sapere se la provi. Riesci a trovare uno stampino per biscotti a forma di fatina?

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