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Ida's Mandelbrot

December 2005/January 2006

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A tender-crisp, walnut-studded cookie (traditionally made with almonds, or mandel in Yiddish) adapted from a 1950s family recipe.



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"This is my favorite holiday cookie! I've made this recipe since it first printed in Eating Well and then every year, have looked it up online. It takes a little time, but the compliments always outweigh the effort. I like that the cookies...
Ida's Mandelbrot

1 Review for Ida's Mandelbrot

12/04/2009
Anonymous

This is my favorite holiday cookie! I've made this recipe since it first printed in Eating Well and then every year, have looked it up online. It takes a little time, but the compliments always outweigh the effort. I like that the cookies are sophisticated and aren't too sweet so can be eaten as a breakfast pastry.

(I've even had a Jewish grandmother compliment this cookie as well!)

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