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December 02, 1989 - Image 20

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-02

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Barbara Bush's
Spicy Secrets

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GTOS

Exclusive from The White
House: The First Lady's very
own recipe for spicy ginger
cookies.

BARBA BUSIVS
GINGER COOKIES

%2 cup shortening
ugar
%2 cup
cup s molasses
.12
tsp. vinegar
1
X1
cups beaten
sifted enriched flour
1 3 egg,

1,2 tsp. baking soda
v2 tsp. cinnamon
ginger
tsp.
v.2 %I tsp. at

and
ses, Sift
olas
m

add to it
Bring
shortening,
sugar,
vinegar
to a boil.
Cool,
er, add egg. st
ll
dry ingredients togeth
oil to 1/ 8"
ased
mixture -- mix well. Chi.

ate
On
floured etc.
surface,
oder
Cool
for lightly
thin cookies,
?lace r m on
a greoven
12 minutes.
cookie sheet, and bake in a
minute for
at 35 deg
for five inutes.

20

y

ou may never be elected
president of the United
States and taste the power
of the presidency. But now
you can at least taste the very same
cookies the President eats.
First Lady Barbara Bush has
given Style magazine her personal
recipe for spicy ginger cookies — a
recipe that has not, to our knowl-
edge, been published anywhere else
before. And Mrs. Bush told us,
through her spokespeople, that she
will be serving these cookies to her
family during the holidays.
The recipe is Mrs. Bush's very
own. So, enjoy! George will! H

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