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Thread: Chocolately Cottage cheese cookies?

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    Question Chocolately Cottage cheese cookies?

    Had these are church this morning and the baker left before I could get the recipe. Online search turned up several variations but none looked the same. These were soft and crinkly on top. Any ideas?

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    Contact the baker at the next church meeting.

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    I haven't heard if that recipe, sorry. A few years ago, I asked a lady at my CHURCH for a square recipe and ......she said NO! After that I didn't want it and I was sorry I asked. Good grief what is this world coming to?

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    Years ago while we were stationed in Alaska a "friend" there had a ham gravy recipe. I asked if she'd share the recipe with me and she said "no, it was a family recipe from her Mother and she wouldn't want her to share it". Her mother had been dead for over 20 yrs. Plus we were in Alaska..who in her family would ever know that she shared it?? So I guess the recipe will go to the grave with her. I thought it was crazy! Another lady from our church had a wonderful chocolate silk pie recipe. We had a bake sale and I bought one of her pies for $10.00 which was a LOT back then. It was worth every penny. I asked if she'd share the recipe and I'd share one of mine with her? She asked her daughter since it was the grandmother's recipe. The daughter said NO. But a few weeks lady called me to say they changed their minds and would share it with me. I still make that pie every holiday season after all these years. THAT is a nice memory!!
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    Sounds wonderful. Would you share with us????
    Quote Originally Posted by nygal View Post
    Years ago while we were stationed in Alaska a "friend" there had a ham gravy recipe. I asked if she'd share the recipe with me and she said "no, it was a family recipe from her Mother and she wouldn't want her to share it". Her mother had been dead for over 20 yrs. Plus we were in Alaska..who in her family would ever know that she shared it?? So I guess the recipe will go to the grave with her. I thought it was crazy! Another lady from our church had a wonderful chocolate silk pie recipe. We had a bake sale and I bought one of her pies for $10.00 which was a LOT back then. It was worth every penny. I asked if she'd share the recipe and I'd share one of mine with her? She asked her daughter since it was the grandmother's recipe. The daughter said NO. But a few weeks lady called me to say they changed their minds and would share it with me. I still make that pie every holiday season after all these years. THAT is a nice memory!!
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    Have s sister in law who will not share a cheese cake recipe with family members...I guess makes her feel important...people who are selfish and not sharing are really "small" and I try to stay away from them

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    Thanks. Geri B... I could not expressed that better. Most every thing I know is from some kind person willing to SHARE their SMARTS ....and I love love love to share,,, you know , PASS IT ON . mimi

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    I have jokingly said I wouldn't share my recipes but for the most part I can give a basic since I don't measure anything while cooking. My baking comes from a book so why not share.

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    I share all of my recipes. My SIL tried to tell me her baked bean recipe was secret. She made the mistake of letting me take the leftovers home. After several tries I figured it out. I knew a few details from hearing her talk about them. She ate mine and first asked how I got her recipe then she decided mine were better than hers. No more secret recipes with her.

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    I share any recipe that anyone asks for. I consider it a compliment that they liked it well enough to ask for it. My mother-in-law made a pound cake that she called her 1,2,3,4 cake. She did not use measuring cups or spoons. I ask her to make the cake and I measured each ingredient before she added it. After that I made a great pound cake and she couldn't get hers to turn out as before. After that I was the assigned pound cake maker for the family. Hmmmm. I wonder if she didn't out smart me. LOL.

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