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Using a tablespoon or a small ice cream scoop, drop dough onto prepared baking sheets, about 2 inches apart.Transfer to oven and bake, rotating baking sheets halfway through baking, until golden, 10 to 14 minutes.When finished let it cool and then open the can, then stir in the orange liqueur.When cookies have cooled completely, spread the bottoms of half of the cookies with dulce de leche; sandwich together with remaining cookies.
It was so cold I couldn’t feel my face and so windy that the hot tea we poured from the thermos into the cup just blew away and turned to ice particles (OK, I’m exaggerating a touch), but the view at the ridge was unlike anything I’d ever seen.
Transfer cookies to a wire rack until completely cool.
In the meantime, make your dulce de leche from the condensed milk: Remove the label from the can and poke two vent holes at the top of the can.
In 1913, David Richardson with his children, James Cleland (age 17 1/2), Alice (age 15 1/2) and David (age 13 1/2) sailed from Glasgow, Scotland via Molville, Ireland to Canada. They then journeyed across Canada by train to Vancouver.
On May 23, 1913 they arrived at Halifax, Nova Scotia, aboard the S. In August 1913 while in Vancouver, David Richardson secured the Chilliwack Chief of Police position and moved to Chilliwack. With Mary were her daughters Mary (age 20), Isabel (age 8), Janet (age 3) and son Robert (age 6).