Introduction: Go Fish Cookies
A simple tasty game
1 cup butter, soft
3 cups sugar (white or brown)
4 eggs, separated
2 cups flour
2 packages candy M&M like
1 tablespoon water
1 tablespoon vanilla
Dash of salt
Step 1: Prepare the Dough
Cream butter with the 3 cups of sugar. Add 2 eggs yolk, the flour, the water, vanilla and dash of salt.
Beat 4 eggs white until stiff enough to hold a peak.
Slowly beat in the previous cream. When glossy and smooth, pat evenly on bottom of buttered and floured 8 by 16-inch baking dish.
Step 2: Cooking
Bake 30 to 35 minutes in oven preset to 350 degrees until the surface is gold. Cut in small squares, paint on each the other 2 yolks beaten with a spoon of sugar and put on each one the candies in progressive number!. Cut in small squares, paint on each the other 2 yolks beaten with a spoon of sugar and put on each one the candies in progressive number! Put again the dish in the oven until the cookies surface becomes mild brown.
Step 3: Play!!!
OK! Now play together with the cookies to “goldfish”, and when a player gets four cards equal he /she can eat them!!!! Have funnnn!!! Buon Appetito! :P
Rules of the game:
Using a standard 52 card deck, five cards are dealt to each player, or seven if there are four or fewer. The remaining card pack is shared between the players, usually sprawled out in a non-orderly pile referenced as the "ocean" or "pool".
The player whose turn it is to play asks another player for his or her cards of a particular rank. For example, "Steve, do you have any threes?" Players can ask for a card they are not holding. The recipient of the request must then hand over all cards of that rank, if he or she has any. If the recipient of the request has none, he or she tells the player to "go fish," and the player draws a card from the pool and ends his turn. If the player receives the card he or she wanted (through either means), he may take another turn. If the player is now holding all four suits of one rank, he may play the cards face up in front of himself.
Play proceeds to the left.
Winning: When one player runs out of cards, or the pool is empty, the game ends. The player with the most piles in front of him or her wins!!!