This month we asked our con­trib­u­tors, What’s your go-to hol­i­day cookie recipe?

Western Living - - EDITOR’S NOTE -

Amanda Ross, writer “Nordic Cool” page 32

Sev­eral years ago I came across a cran­berry bis­cotti recipe from a 1998 copy of Bon Ap­pétit and I’ve been riff­ing on it ever since (or­ange zest, an ear­ly2000s-brush with white choco­late). It’s ac­tu­ally an easy recipe, but you have to bake the bis­cotti twice, so it’s time-con­sum­ing but worth it—people are al­ways sur­prised get­ting home­made bis­cotti (that is, when they make it out of the kitchen!).

Ema Peter, pho­tog­ra­pher “Nordic Cool” page 32

One of the go-to recipes that I watched my grand­mother and mother do each Christ­mas was for tra­di­tional koura­bia: Ar­me­nian short­bread cook­ies. They’re truly melt-in-your-mouth de­li­cious. I al­ways feel that mak­ing a recipe that has been done for so many gen­er­a­tions car­ries a truly spe­cial mean­ing.

Be­hind the Scenes

I spent three days at this year’s Cer­saie ex­hi­bi­tion in Bologna, Italy—840 ex­hibitors from around the world, and in par­tic­u­lar, Italy, show­cas­ing the lat­est in ce­ramic and porce­lain tile. Safe to say, I loved this elec­tric “mar­ble” tile from Si­cis. For more from the show, turn to page 24.

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