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- Salon - Joseph Neese
For Salon resident pastry chef Meghan McGarry, the holidays have long been synonymous with one thing: cookies. When the Buttercream Blondie owner reflects upon her earliest memories of Christmas, she recalls...
- By Los Angeles Times
We offer a batch of simple but delicious cookies that require the barest of equipment or skill, reflecting the simplicity of passed-down family recipes. In a year mostly devoid of fellowship, these homestyle pleasures hearken back to a time of togetherness with family and the memories of holidays past.
- By EatingWell
Cookbook author and self-declared baking evangelist, Dorie Greenspan, shares how she's reimagining holiday cookies in this crazy year when even the nonbakers among us have been getting their hands floury. "Those jam cookies? They’re now chocolate thumbprints filled with tangy and naturally pink ruby chocolate. The star cookies—it can’t be Christmas without stars—once pale and dusted with sprinkles, are now honey-brown and flavored with molasses, coffee, cinnamon and cardamom."