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Nothing Says Lovin’ Like Something From the Oven

December 4th, 2010 - By Lari Robling




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Sara Moulton offers advice on making those holiday cookies a treat to be savored. Plus a sugar substitute with a lower glycemic index.

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RECIPE: -Thumbprint Cookies

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2 Responses to Nothing Says Lovin’ Like Something From the Oven

  • eileen talanian

    This was a great piece. People need to understand these issues. It’s not a bad thing to have holiday cookies – just make them with wholesome ingredients; they’ll be so much better than anything you can buy in a grocery store.

  • Fox Hats

    it’s not a bad thing to have holiday cookies – just make them with wholesome ingredients;

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