Black-and-White Cookies

These cookies are known as icebox, or refrigerator, cookies. This type of cookie is made by forming dough into a log or rectangular block and chilling it thoroughly. You can also use different types of dough together (vanilla and chocolate, peanut butter and chocolate) to make patterned cookies. Cookies are then sliced off the log or block and baked. When slicing the dough, give the log or block a quarter turn after every half dozen or so slices to keep the cookies perfectly square or round.
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buttery delight
May 2, 2010
i made this reciepe for a "Black and white" theme for my cooking club. this is a very delicate cookie to make, but was well worth it! take your time and don't rush it. very light, buttery, & crisp. a dessert that's not too heavy.