Cookies that are always served at our family holiday gatherings.
  1. Ladylocks
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    I have heard them called lady fingers, but my Nana makes the best in the world and she calls them Ladylocks, so I default to her nomenclature. http://mindybakes.com/2012/12/29/pittsburgh-cookie-table-andor-holiday-cookie-table-ladylocks/ looks very similar to my Nan's but the creme (THE MOST IMPORTANT PART) is a little different.
  2. Hamantaschen
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    Get over here you little jam filled morsels of deliciosity. http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2008/03/hamantaschen/
  3. Peanut Butter Blossoms
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  4. Pecan Tassies
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    Mini, individual, two-bite sized pecan pies? Here for it. http://www.marthastewart.com/312653/pecan-tassies
  5. Salted Chocolate Chunk
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    Previously chocolate chip, until I started bringing these when we started the Cookie Lottery. Now they are standard. http://notwithoutsalt.com/the-last-chocolate-chip-cookie/
  6. Pumpkin with Brown Sugar Glaze
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  7. Snickerdoodles
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  8. Nuthorns
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  9. Sugar Cookies
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    Here's the thing about sugar cookies, it's really all about the decorating. Which is cute! Don't get me wrong, but the actual cookie falls flat for me. I always want to like it, but I'm always disappointed.http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/sugar-cookies-recipe.html
  10. Pizzelles
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    Meh embodied in cookie form.