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Sicilian Fig Cookies

Submitted by: Letricia 
A delicious fig-filled pastry. You may substitute the figs with dried apricots or dates. Hazelnuts can also be used in place of the walnuts. 
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Spoon Cookies

Submitted by: Janet 
This recipe is from my Italian mother-in-law. She refers to them as spoon cookies because most Italian cookies are shaped and these are just dropped from a spoon. They're usually seen at Christmas. 
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Half Moon Cookies

Submitted by: J. Storm 
The potato flour makes a very tender crust. These are best eaten the same day they are baked, but prepare dough one day ahead. Ideally, pearl sugar should be used in the sugar/nut mixture for sprinkling. Pearl sugar can be bought at Scandinavian shops. If you can't find it, just use crushed sugar cubes. 
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Austrian Peach Cookies II

Submitted by: Barbara 
Adorable peach shaped cookies filled with a chocolate and apricot mixture. Little stems can be purchased at craft stores for the full peach effect. 
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Empire Cookies

Submitted by: Marguerite 
Jam filled shortbread cookies have been a longtime favorite on Scottish and English tea tables. Now popular in Canada! Store in a covered tin. 
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Italian Fig Cookies I

Submitted by: Mary Jo 
This recipe has been handed down through my mother's family for years. My grandmother brought it with her from Italy in the early 1900's. My mom taught me the recipe this year. Now I am the designated person in our family to make the Fig Cookies. This is a very high honor. So they must be as good as my Grandmothers' cookies. Some call them Homemade Fig Newtons. They are a tradition at Christmas and are wonderful with a hot cup of coffee. They are lot of work. I make them in stages. First the dough, then a few days later the figs, and finally I will make the cookies. The dough and the figs keep well in the refrigerator and the cookies freeze very well. 
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Italian Easter Cookies

Submitted by: Kelly 
These are a traditional cookie from Italy flavored with vanilla and almond extracts. They are tied in loose knots and baked, then frosted with tinted icing. 
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Kathy's Italian Cookies

Submitted by: KATHIANNE 
A delicious frosted Italian cookie passed down to me from my grandmother. 
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Ricotta Cookies II

Submitted by: Sandy 
Delicate Italian ricotta cookies with an almond flavored glaze. Very good! 
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Italian Fig Cookies II

Submitted by: Valerie 
This beautifully shaped cookie is full of flavor with almonds, raisins, cinnamon and of course lots of figs. 
 
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