(The Betty Crocker Recipe
ter, shortening, confectioners’ sugar,
Shape 1 teaspoon dough from each
floured board.;Place;rope;side;by side;
mixture; remove from baking sheet.
Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library ©Copy-right 1971 by General Mills, Inc. All rights
seeds, raisins, and pine nuts that were
in medieval times.
popular in Europe, and recipes varied
American colonies. During Victorian
The Candy Cane
surprising story recounts that around
the year 1672, the choirmaster at the
Cologne Cathedral in Germany gave
Christmas Eve services.
Europe and eventually to America. The
canes were still white, but sometimes the
immigrant named August Imgard was
appeared on candy canes in Christmas
history associated with these traditional
Cathy Diez-Luckie, author and illustrator at Figures In Motion, is thankful for
being able to educate her three children
at home and loves to study history and
literature along with them. Her award-winning children’s book series (Famous
Figures) integrates art and history and
engages children with hands-on activities
and movable action figures as they learn
about the great leaders of the past. www
1.;Bradford,;William.;History Of Plymouth Plantation, Boston:;Little,;Brown;and;Company,;1856.
2.;Apicius,;De Re Coquinaria,;4th;or;5th;Century
3.;De;La;Varenne,;François;Pierre.;Le Vrai Cuisini-er François,;Brusselles:;Chez;George;de;Backer
4.;Woolley,;Hannah.;The Queen-Like Closet,;1670.
Baking Gingerbread Houses,;New;York:;Random
6.;Stradley,;Linda.;What’s Cooking America, Man-
7.;Haidle,;Helen.;Christmas Legends to Remember,