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Kourabiedes

uttery and coated in confectioners’ sugar, , also known as Greek wedding cookies, are timeless, fitting for any time of year and any day of the week. Yet, when made for a wedding, baked in batches of 50 or more and carefully stacked on a serving tray to form a giant, glimmering white mound of crescents, they become especially beautiful. Baking is an act of love, but for me, what makes kourabiedes so remarkable is that they are made , to celebrate it—something my a, which means “grandmother” in Greek, has taught me to do every day.

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