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From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
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The crew at The Kitchen offer up some easy ways to create holiday cheer in your kitchen.
Cookie decorating can be intimidating, especially around the holidays. Here at The Kitchen, we have some easy tips for making gingerbread house-style cookies without stress. We've teamed up with actress Angela Kinsey and baker Josh Snyder to bring you 3 easy decorating tips!
Food Network Kitchen's Brownie Cookies are the best of both worlds, thanks to their crunchy-chewy edges and moist, fudgy center.
This Thanksgiving, skip the pie and make Honey-Pear Trifle with Homemade Gingersnaps. It can be made many hours ahead and makes for a nice change from traditional desserts.
Lighter than air but full of flavor, Anne’s cinnamon-laced cookies are made with just five ingredients, including crunchy chopped almonds.
Stick to the classics with Food Network Kitchen's traditional sugar cookies with crispy edges and a soft, buttery center.
These soft and crackly cookies are a staple in Italian bakeries, but you don't have to be an Italian baker to replicate the signature look.
If you’re going to a cookie swap or holiday party, here are 10 cookies you can feel good about baking.