Jackson's lemon jumble cookies were a kind of lemon cookie on the market in the 1980s in Mississippi and Tennessee. By June of 2012 the brand, which had been purchased by Keebler in the late 1990s, was discontinued.
One copycat recipe for Jack's jumbo lemon cookies calls for ingredients such as flour, sugar, lemon juice, almond extract and butter. This recipe makes four dozen cookies.
A jumbo loan is a large mortgage for a home or property that exceeds a certain amount. These types of loans are usually used to purchase high-value single family homes that require a home loan that is higher than the limits usually imposed by government-sponsored lender...
A jumbo mortgage is a home loan that is more than the conforming home loan limits set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, says Bankrate. As of 2014, the threshold of a jumbo mortgage varies from $417,000 to $625,500 depending upon the location in which the home is purchased.
A super jumbo mortgage usually consists of financing greater than $1,000,000 for a purchase or refinance transaction, reports Mortgage 101. However, since government agencies do not back super jumbo mortgages, the loan limits vary by region and lender.
In a standard recipe, the number of jumbo eggs equivalent to one large egg varies based on the total number of eggs being used. Substitute the sizes one for one in a recipe that calls for one egg. In recipes calling for two or more eggs, different equivalencies apply.
Bankrate.com reports that for a standard size $100,000 jumbo CD, the one-year yield is 0.31% while the five-year yield is 0.90%. These rates are 0.05% higher than standard CD rates for the same time periods, reflecting the fact that CD investment returns are at historic...