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Baker's Dozen

from December 2014 Issue

Baker's Dozen

Credit: Jim Battles

Congratulations to the top three winners of our Reader's Cookie & Candy Contest, plus 10 additional recipes to delight a holiday crowd. There's something for everyone&…
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