Corning store's sugar cookies missed

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SOUTH CORNING - When the news broke earlier this month that the Corning Food Mart was closing, many area residents had the same reaction - what about Drumm's sugar cookies? Of course, people are sorry ...
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Jeff Drumm

Lexington Park, MD

#21 Feb 24, 2009
Terry Drum Sebastian Fla wrote:
I'm not sure how my name comes up with West Palm Beach under it. I still live in Sebastian, FL.
We Hope to have the cookies online (under a different name) with the actually last name that was given our family. We might even tell the whole story surrounding how the name was changed "twice" in the Drum family !! Interesting story.
Thank you
Just like to hear more about how the last name Drumm changed. I also have the true recipe and Spencers do not taste the same. Also trying to figure out some of the Drumm Family tree.
Jeff Drumm

Lexington Park, MD

#22 Feb 24, 2009
Terry Please email me at drumm_42@yahoo.com I would love to hear the story. Thanks
msyade

Pittsburgh, PA

#23 Mar 8, 2009
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gary lyon

Watseka, IL

#24 Jul 31, 2009
spencers DID buy the recipe and makes them say what you want terry she "has" the real recipe
Millie

United States

#25 Aug 5, 2009
I bought some from Spencers and thought they were terrible.
melanie beardslee

Walton, NY

#26 Oct 9, 2011
Susie and Peggy wrote:
Can we get the recipe Terry??
Chet went to church in Painted Post , as did I--he told me my sugar cookies were exactly like his--where did I get his recipe--It was one I had come up with as a teenager--none of the so called Drumm's sugar cookies that have made the rounds since then bear any semblence to Chet's or min--no I do not give out the recipe--it will go to my grave with me , also--they are sooo good --my grandkids faveorites

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Disneyland Corn Dog Cart, CA

#27 Oct 9, 2011
This is an OUTRAGE ! I love those cookies . I nom nom nom them up .
Sharon

Augusta, MI

#28 Dec 18, 2011
If Terry out of the goodness of his heart deicdes to publish the Drumm Cookie recipe I would like to have it as they are the best sugar cookie that I have ever eaten. I have tried several recipes over the years but nothing has come close. I would even think about buying the recipe if it were for sale.
Michael Bierwiler

United States

#29 Nov 26, 2012
We'll be looking for Drums sugar cookies on line. I've been hooked since I was a little guy in the 1950s and lived in Painted Post. Maybe we Texans won't secede after all if we can still get Drumm's cookies! Michael Bierwiler / Texas writer / November Snow, The Color of Darkness, Uneven Ground
katelin cornwell

Horseheads, NY

#30 Mar 9, 2013
Although I am only 23 I have been eating these heavenly cookies since I was a little girl living in corning. My mom and I would walk to the food mart once a week and would always come home with at least one package of them. After leaving corning I would only have them once in awhile, but I never forgot how amazing they are. Then when I moved out of state it saddened me tgo know I could only buy them at home. Then when I heard food mart closed I thought id never get my favorite cookies again. Until visiting family I was at miniers and saw them. I now look for them as soon as I get into town.

While its kind of a nice and exciting treat to get these cookies, I would love to have them and share them with my friends down south. If anyone finds it in their heart to share the recipe, I would love you forever and might even pay for it, so please email at miztheatre@aol.com if you want to make a young girl very happy!
Drumms Sugar Cookie Recip

Altamonte Springs, FL

#32 Jul 25, 2013
Susie and Peggy wrote:
Can we get the recipe Terry??
Drumm Sugar Cookies

4 cups sugar
1 cup butter
6 eggs
2 teaspoons cream of tartar
2 teaspoons fresh ground/grated nutmeg
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons pure vanilla
2 cups milk
10 cups flour

Cream together sugar and butter. Add eggs, spices, vanilla, and milk. Mix. Add flour slowly. Refrigerate dough at least one hour. Roll on a floured board about 1/4-inch thick and cut with a 3-inch cookie cutter (I use round). Sprinkle with raw sugar, if you like. Bake on greased cookie sheet (or use parchment paper) at 400 degrees for 10-12 minutes. Allow cookies to cool. They get their distinct flavor after about an hour (it is not there when the cookies are hot)
Ken Spart

Alexander, AR

#33 Jul 27, 2013
Thanks so much for the recipe. I loved those cookies as a kid and into adulthood in Corning. Now living in Arkansas, I hope to recreate those cookies. Thanks again

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