Not Black or White — But Both
In a world where opposites increasingly butt heads in conflict, these live in complete harmony.
Two doughs of completely different colors combine to create something far more impressive together.
These are not New York black-and-white cookies, but French ones.
“Parisian Black-and-White Cookies” draw your gaze immediately. They deliver that classic snappy, sandy texture and buttery taste that never go out of fashion.
This fanciful cookie recipe is from “World Food Paris” (Ten Speed Press, 2021), of which I received a review copy, by James Oseland, award-winning cookbook author and former editor-in-chief of Saveur magazine, with writer Jenna Leigh Evans.
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