Bake this traditional Mediterranean date-orange cookie.
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Spoon Cookies Sharing cookies with friends and family let's you try out lots of different recipes without having to bake them.
Along with the friendship and laughter shared during a cookie swap, cookie connoisseurs crowd the table, containers in hand.
You take a few that look interesting and you gives them of your own.
Most likely, you’ll come across special family recipes, new and old which leads us to our next pick at another new Food Network cookie. This tender cookie surrounds a delicious peeling of date with the hand of ginger and orange.
The root of this unique cookie are centuries old. One of the earliest records dates cookies back to second century Rome, and hard wafers stored easily. But the more familiar version of the cookie came from Persia, one of the first countries to cultivate sugar. In the seventh century, a small amount of cake batter was use to test oven temperature and then many cakes or cookies were a big hit.