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Alice Medrich

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    Brownie Bowties

    Can’t decide between cookies and brownies? Make both! These part-cookie, part-brownie bowties are dressed to the nines for the holidays and make a knockout gift. Visit the Guide to Christmas for more…

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    Cream Cheese Dough

    This recipe produces enough dough to make one batch each of Classic Rugelach, Caramel-Glazed Cardamom Palmiers, and Brownie Bowties, for a total of six dozen cookies. Don't chill the dough for…

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    Cocoa Cookie Dough

    The holiday baking marathon just got a litle easier. With very little effort, you can transform one batch of this easy dough into Bittersweet Mocha Cookies, Chocolate Chunk Cookies with…

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    Chocolate Chunk Cookies with Dried Cherries & Pecans

    Tart cherries and toasted nuts not only add flavor but also wonderful contrasting texture to this double chocolate-chip cookie.

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    Bittersweet Mocha Cookies

    Extra chocolatey and laced with freshly ground coffee, these cookies are slightly crunchy on the outside and chewy within.

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    Bittersweet Hot Chocolate

    I find most hot chocolate drinks much too sweet for my taste. I never add sugar when I make this. Instead, I pass a sugar bowl so that guests can…

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    Chocolate Soufflé Cookies

    Chocolatey and moist with a light, crisp exterior, this gluten-free cookie is an excellent showcase for high-quality chocolate.

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    Bittersweet Chocolate Rum Sauce

    This simple yet divine chocolate sauce may be made with bittersweet or semisweet chocolate. Taste the sauce on ice cream before adding more sugar; chocolate sauce that tastes too strong…

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    Ganache

    You’ll have a bit of this ganache left over after icing the fudge cake; use it as a sauce for ice cream or another dessert.

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    Fastest Fudge Cake

    I get the best results stirring this batter with a wooden spoon or rubber spatula. This cake is delicious on its own but even better topped with ganache.