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Beat in the butter one heaping 1/4 teaspoonful at a time, using an electric mixer set on low speed, until the mixture resembles coarse sand.
Working quickly, drop teaspoonfuls of the mixture onto wax paper to let the cookies cool and firm up.
Spread a level teaspoonful, alternating for each of the spreads, on the bread circles, spreading to the edges.
Combine the apple, pecans, cinnamon, and remaining sugar; place one teaspoonful in the center of each circle.
The large format is a departure for Oliver, whose long career has unfolded by the teaspoonful – in slender volumes, easily slipped into a knapsack or jacket, like field guides taken on hikes and picnics.
Every time an American stirred a teaspoonful into a steaming cup, that gesture helped the Havemeyers channel capital, write laws, plot wars, break strikes, anoint politicians, and amass real estate.
As the mixture becomes foamy, gradually increase the speed to medium and when the egg whites begin to hold a shape, start adding the powdered sugar, a teaspoonful at a time, while the mixer is running.
Rub a good teaspoonful of salt into the cut surfaces of each lemon.
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Definition of teaspoonful for English Language Learners
: the amount that a teaspoon will hold
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