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Freshly Baked Christmas Cookies Puzzle Details:

About: Today we're getting into the Christmas spirit with some delicious, freshly baked cookies. If you didn't know, Christmas cookies can trace their history to recipes from Medieval Europe biscuits, when many modern ingredients such as cinnamon, ginger, black pepper, almonds and dried fruit were introduced into the west. The cookies are often cut into the shape of candy canes, reindeer, holly leaves, Christmas trees, stars, or angels.
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