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Fun Food Holidays™ April 9th is National Chinese Almond Cookie Day

National Chinese Almond Cookie Day

There are Chinese bakeries all over the US. And one of the Middle Kingdom's baked goods that is recognizable to most Americans is the Chinese almond cookie. These delicate, golden cookies provide a subtle-sweet taste to contrast with some of the spicier Chinese cuisine. Forget your fortune; these particular cookies have blanched almond slivers in them, which are far tastier than little slips of paper!

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