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MSP Magazine: Bitters make better cookies

Typically used for flavoring cocktails, bitters can be used to give a boost to a variety of foods -- including cookies. Read Stephanie March's recommendation for a holiday treat brought to life with Bittercube-brand bitters.
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Typically used for flavoring cocktails, bitters can be used to give a boost to a variety of foods -- including cookies. Read Stephanie March's recommendation for a holiday treat brought to life with Bittercube-brand bitters.

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