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Continuing to beat the butter results in increased volume. There is something about hosting a Cookie Exchange that is so perfect for the Holiday Season.Although we are hosting a Virtual Cookie Exchange, the Sunday Supper team will gather Around the Family Table on Sunday Night at o’clock Eastern Time on Twitter to enjoy a grand selection of cookies.Please join on us on Twitter throughout the day during #Sunday Supper on December 9th.

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This Week, Sunday Supper has a special host who knows all about Cookies.

Janet Keeler, Food & Travel Editor for the Tampa Bay Times and Author of Cookielicious will be joining us with tips on baking for the Ultimate Cookie Exchange and to answer any of your baking questions.

Foreign troops withdrew completely from Lebanon on 31 December 1946, although the country was subjected to military occupations by Syria that lasted nearly thirty years before being withdrawn in April 2005 as well as Israel for fifteen years before being withdrawn in May 2000.

Despite its small size, the country has developed a well-known culture and has been highly influential in the Arab world, powered by its large diaspora.

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Do you have a favorite cookie to take to a Cookie Exchange?

You will know that the butter is soft enough when it offers little resistance to a knife. Add in the sugar and continue beating on low to combine.

Once the sugar and butter are combined, increase the speed to medium and continue beating.

All you have to do is follow the #Sunday Supper hashtag or you can follow us through Tweet Chat.

We’d also love to feature your recipe for The Ultimate Cookie Exchange on our #Sunday Supper Pinterest board to share them with all of our followers, too.

Every year at Christmas family gatherings, my wife’s Aunt Rita used to make her special version of these cookies.

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