Cookies are generally divided in two classes: those which
are made thick and are expected to be soft when they are served and
those which are made thin and are intended to be crisp and brittle when
eaten. The thin, crisp cookies are usually known as snaps.
Soft cookies are made from a dough that contains a little more liquid
and fat than that used for brittle cookies. The dough of which both varieties
are made should be thick enough to remove from the mixing bowl in a lump
and roll out on a board. After being rolled until it is the desired
thickness, it is cut into pieces of any desired size and shape and baked
in the oven on cookie sheet or cookie flat pans.
Complete with a tin storage,
this great set of 11 round, stainless-steel cookie cutters comes in
for all seasons. The cutters range in size from 3/4 inch high to 3-5/8
inches high, and they have rolled edges on top to protect fingers
the cutting process. Dishwasher-safe.