Carol Blogs. Tracey Tweets. James Alexander Malcolm Mackenzie Fraser means to take his time about it, aye?
If you google it there are a lot of results! :)
Monica said she did and didn't find anything. Hmmm. Thanks Kate. :)
Got the whiskey myself. Maybe just adding a liberal sprinkling to shortbread, and sipping it as well whilst baking??
These look fantastic http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1910,140163-232202,00.html
I have a whisky cookie receipe from my Grandma. I will have to find it.
I think I do in one of older cookbooks. I'll check in the a,m.BTW, I'm new here and would like to introduce myself, I'm Victoria M. been reading Dianna Gabaldon's fine books since the early 1990's. Last year, I finally got my husband to read them,he didn't think he would care for them since he considered them to be "chic lit" As it turned out, Nothing could have been futher from the truth. He was captured by Dianna's writting and while recovering from a health matter, He read All The BooksSo now after years we can talk about each charater and scene together!
Whiskey Cookies1 lb. butter, softened 2c. powdered sugar (sifted) 1 egg yolk 2 generous shots whiskey 4 c. flour Beat butter until fluffy. Add ingredients in order given. Drop by 1/2 tsp. full onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Place pecan, candied cherries, chocolate jimmies, colored sugars or dip half in chocolate and sprinkle with fine crushed nuts. Bake in 350 degree oven for 25 minutes. Watch for cookies to brown around edges. Makes 8 dozen and they freeze well.