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Homestyle Amish Sugar Cookies

By: Jaclyn from Cooking Classy
Homestyle Amish Sugar Cookies
Homestyle Amish Sugar Cookies
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After taking a look at this recipe for Homestyle Amish Sugar Cookies, you'll never need another recipe for cookies ever again. As far as deliciously easy cookie recipes go, this one is definitely the best. Powdered sugar and granulated sugar make the cookies almost as sweet as can be while a bit of cream of tartar gives them a slight tang. The cookies are crisp but practically melt in your mouth as soon as you give them a taste. Try this recipe just once and you won't believe that you've been missing out on these treats your whole life.



Amish Eating Traditions

Unknown to many, the Amish are actually made up of distinct sub-groups (including Old Order Amish, New Order Amish, Mennonite, Beachy Amish, "Swiss" Mennonites, and Swatrzentruber Amish), each with its own rules on what and how to eat. For breakfast, many Amish enjoy "cornmeal mush," made from oven-roasted field corn. Each meal is special, and it is important to eat with the entire family, no matter how big, whenever possible. This family time is crucial to the development of children, since their access to the outside world is limited. Therefore, children are raised to eat anything and everything their parents eat. Talk about family traditions!

Source: "Cultural Diversity: Eating in America - Amish" from Ohio State University

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