Melissa Clark

New York Times food columnist

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The holidays are a time for giving cookies and other baked goods to friends, family, coworkers and others in your life.

When creating the perfect holiday cookie box, don’t mix savory and sweet

The holidays are a time for giving cookies and other baked goods to friends, family, coworkers and others in your life.

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