[CnD] Slicing cookies from a log.

Debbra Piening debbra.piening at att.net
Tue Jun 16 15:19:56 EDT 2015

You might also try inserting the dough into an empty paper towel roll to help it keep its shape.  After chilling in the roll, it might be easier to get uniform slices.   I'm going to have to get some rosemary and try this, too!

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Hi, Ellen,
If you are hesitant to slice cookies why not form the dough into 1/2 inch balls and then flatten them with the bottom of a drinking glass dipped in flour to the desired thickness.  You can wrap the dough in plastic and chill it well first.  
If you have a knife with a guide you could use that to make your slices uniform.
The recipe sounds delicious; I'll have to try it soon; I love the flavor of rosemary.
Good Luck!

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