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Posted at 3:30 PM ET, 12/ 9/2010

Staff Favorites: Cookies, year by year

By The Food Section

When the Holiday Cookies issue comes out, people ask us: Which ones did you like best? We like 'em all, of course. But we're opinionated enough -- and bake often enough -- that we can identify the ones we go back to each year.

So, happy baking! Here they are:




Aunt Helen's Chinese Chews. (Julia Ewan/The Washington Post)

2005
Aunt Helen's Chinese Chews
Super-Sized Ginger Chewies
Raspberry Goat Cheese Meringues
Cheese Cookies
Viennese Chocolate Pepper Cookies




Anzac Biscuits. (Julia Ewan/The Washington Post)

2006
Chock-Full of Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cranberry-Clementine Sandwich Cookies
Chocolate Snowflakes
Crispy Vanilla Spice Sugar Cookies
Root Beer Cookies

2007
Anzac Biscuits
Bookstore Cafe Apricot Squares
Cranberry Oat Bars
Sandra Fairbanks' Tiny Poppy Seed Cookies
Almond Buttons




Honey Peanut Wafers. (Julia Ewan/The Washington Post)

2008
Gingerbread Straws
Honey Peanut Wafers
Mole Cookies
Milk Chocolate Espresso Cookies
Sardinian Almond Cookies




Hazelnut-Chocolate Chip Graham Cracker Cookies. (Jonathan Ernst for The Washington Post)

2009
Gingerbread Hazelnut Rum Balls
Lemon Bon-Bons
Raspberry Snow Bars
Blue Cheese Walnut Cookies
Hazelnut-Chocolate Chip Graham Cookies




Spicy Cheddar Thumbprints. (Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post)

2010
Sesame Halvah Cookies
Spicy Cheddar Thumprints
Walnut Fig Sandwich Cookies
Coconut Wafers
Chocolate Chunk Cookies With Nutella

By The Food Section  | December 9, 2010; 3:30 PM ET
Categories:  Holiday, Recipes, Staff Favorites  | Tags:  Staff Favorites, holiday, recipes  
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Comments

every year when this cookie section comes I always save it for future use ( even tho I haven't tried any of the recipes yet [ & I know it's been going back more than 10 years now ] ).

Posted by: gailschumacher | December 9, 2010 8:19 PM | Report abuse

Although I have to admit I hate them (can't stand coffee), my family and friends LOVE the milk chocolate espresso cookies. I keep meaning to make them once leaving out the espresso so that I can enjoy them, but everyone loves them so much I feel bad doing that! Keep up the great work with the recipes!

Posted by: shauch | December 9, 2010 9:59 PM | Report abuse

I asked about the Anzac Biscuits Wednesday during the chat and Joe was nice enough to post the link. And now they turned up here, which hopefully means they will restore them into the archives.

Posted by: margaret6 | December 10, 2010 12:03 PM | Report abuse

Hi, Margaret -- So glad you are an Anzac fan! I do love them, too. I'm not sure what you mean about restoring them to the archives, though. They never went anywhere! They've always been available in our Recipe Finder: Is that what you're using? You should if not. It's washingtonpost.com/recipes. If you go there, and type "Anzac" into the main search field, they pop right up. Happy baking!

Posted by: Joe Yonan | December 11, 2010 12:11 PM | Report abuse

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