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Thread: Biscotti is so easy to make and so inexpensive

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    Cooks Illustrated vanilla results: http://www.cooksillustrated.com/tast...sp?docid=18889

    I've been a devotee of Cooks Illustrated for decades.

    I order all my real extracts and baking spices from King Author Baking Company. I use McCormick Premium Imitation Vanilla in baked good where the vanilla is one teaspoon or less. More then that and I use the real. I buy this one:http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/...a-extract-4-oz
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    I had to print this recipe! My sweetheart in Staten Island is Italian and he introduced me to these deliscious biscuits!! Now I know another item to add to his box of goodies for the New Years!
    Thank You Lord for answering my prayers, in this I am truely blessed!

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    Oh it would taste so great right now! - I'll have to try this, and share the recipe with my son!

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    Gonna try it.
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    I LOVE Biscotti too and make it a few times of year. will give this recipe a try next time. Thanks for sharing.

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    I created a new one this yr. I had a recipe for pumpkin spice cookies(they are cake like) and tasted so good it was easy to imagine them as biscotti. They were a big hit. I bumped up the cinnamon (saigon is my favorite) and the fresh grated nutmeg and they are great both ways. I normally don't put coating on the outside of my biscotti because I don't want it too sweet.
    Judy

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    Thanks for the recipe. I keep meaning to try making these but haven't done so yet. I'm going to push though to try your recipe soon.

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    Thank-you...I love biscotti...but it is so expensive to buy already baked.

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    I love making biscotti! I add dried cranberries and cherries. On my list to make this weekend.

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    that is so wonderful of you to share your recipe. so many people won't even consider doing that. have to make it a secret. the problem with that is the recipe usually dies with with owner. i love biscotti and trust me i will be making this i a few days to enjoy over the holidays. thank you so much

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