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Answered: How long can you refrigerate cookie dough?

Cookie dough can generally be kept in the refrigerator for up to 2 days before baking-- If you need to store it for a longer period of time, I would recommend freezing

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Answered: Can you bake a potato in the microwave? How would ...

yes you can.wash the potato as you normally would then use a fork or knife poke holes in it then place in microwave for 4 minutes in high for a small potato or 6 for a large one . my son loves them this way

Answered: Rotating Cookies

If you're baking two sheets at once then it's important to not only switch the shelves but to also rotate the pans. Even if you're only baking one sheet rotating the pan is not a bad idea. Oven thermostats are usually located at the rear of the oven which means this will be the hottest area ...
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Brown Sugar's Role in Cookies?????

According to the 'Joy of Cooking' you can substitute one cup of standard granulated (white) sugar per one cup of brown sugar. It may change the texture of the cookies a bit, but they should taste fine. (Just add a little more chocolate, and no one will notice!)

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A fortune cookie is a crisp cookie usually made from flour , sugar , vanilla , and oil with a "fortune" wrapped inside. A "fortune" is a piece of paper with words of faux wisdom or a vague prophecy . The message inside may also include a Chinese phrase with translation or a list of ...

Shape shifting cookies

Use a recipe specifically intended to be rolled and cut. Otherwise, your dough will perform exactly as you describe no matter how much you chill it beforehand. I like the tried and true Betty Crocker recipes (not mixes, the recipes) from 30+ years ago.