the simple stuff is the best:
mary's mondelbrot

yes, I know it's probably spelled wrong.  I copied it down just as the lady wrote it.  I got this recipe from ol' roger dodger in the late 70s.  he had a very cranky wife, but this is his mom's recipe and it's real good.  very down-home.  reminds me of some cookies my great grandmother used to make.  rock on, roger, wherever you are.

3 eggs
1 cup sugar
1 cup oil
7 Tbsp fresh orange juice (I've used every kind of citrus juice there is and it makes no difference at all - you still can't taste it)
1 Tbsp baking powder
pinch salt
3 cups flour
1 cup raisins or toasted chopped nuts or a combo

beat eggs with a fork, add sugar and oil and beat together.  add flour, salt and baking powder and mix well.  add raisins and / or nuts.  

on greased cookie sheets (or nonstick), make snakes from the batter.  they'll be about 2 inches wide and not very thick.  leave at least 2 inches between the snakes.  you can make some straight and some curvy or whatever you like.  sprinkle the snakes with some cinnamon sugar (optional but good).

bake for 20 minutes at 350.  cut while hot into strips or chunks or whatever pleases you - a spatula works well.  transfer to a rack to cool.