I am so happy to share one of my favorite cookie recipes.
I wrote a cookbook for my family to preserve several generations of our
favorite family recipes. I usually make the cookies at night and wake up to
this great fragrance throughout the house. You mix them up, pop in the oven,
turn off the oven and leave them until morning. Enjoy.
teaspoon cream of tartar
cups white sugar
teaspoon vanilla extract
cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
cup chopped nuts (optional)
the oven to 375 degrees. Cover 2 cookie sheets with aluminum foil.
egg whites until very frothy. Add cream of tartar and salt. Beat until very
sugar slowly by teaspoonfuls. Beat until glossy.
in vanilla and chocolate chips. (chopped nuts, if desired)
by spoonfuls onto foil covered baking sheets. Place in the oven and TURN OFF
HEAT. DO NOT OPEN THE DOOR TO PEEK.
day-peel away foil and place in an airtight container.
The Best Cowboy Christmas Ever
by June Faver
Publication Date: 9/29/2020
When handsome town sheriff Derrick Shelton meets Angelique
Guillory and her young daughter at the Garrett ranch, he is immediately drawn
to the woman who seems to desperately need a true family Christmas. Determined
to erase the shadows from her eyes, he decides to give her the best holiday
she’s ever had.
Angelique Guillory is a woman with a past, haunted by violence and
searching for the family she never knew. When she and her little daughter find
their way to the Garrett family and meet Derrick, she hopes to have finally
found a safe haven.
But Angelique is still looking over her shoulder. Despite her
doubts, with a little Christmas magic and the warmth of the Garretts, Angelique
may find more love and acceptance than she ever thought possible.
June Faver loves Texas, from the Gulf coast to the panhandle, from
the Mexican border to the Piney Woods. Her novels embrace the heart and soul of
the state and the larger-than-life Texans who romp across her pages. A former
teacher and healthcare professional, she lives and writes in the Texas Hill