These lacy cookies are nicely spiced with ground cardamom.
Serve these soft, rich bites with tea.
This Piemontese specialty celebrates the Italian region's great hazelnut production.
These easy cookies are crunchy and subtly flavored.
Chocolate and almond butter up the ante on the marshmallow-and-crisped-rice cereal bars of your childhood.
Despite the title of these cookies, which is a mashup of the names of two German towns, the original recipe contained no liquor. In testing, we added bourbon to the filling and liked the results.
These are crisp on the outside, wonderfully chewy on the inside and big enough to share.
Caramely dulce de leche makes these one-bowl cookies chewy and buttery-tasting.
These dairy-free cookies are named for the medieval French village near the Pyrenees where they were created. They turn out crackly, puffed and, indeed, craggy and crunchy.
The flavors go together nicely; the cookies have a delicate crumb.
Consider these as a rich-tasting, rugged cousin to the rum ball. They're small, but they pack quite a punch.
These petite, diamond-shaped confections are the ultimate elegant no-bake cookie, with a thin base of firm, almond-apricot jam paste and royal icing on top.
Coffee aficionados give these elegant and tender cookies two thumbs up.
The flavor combination is refreshing and unusual.
For bartenders like Tannille Riccitello, it’s nearly as important that a drink looks every bit as good as it tastes.
Candles won’t be the only thing getting lit this holiday season.
“When people ask me what they can bring to a cocktail party, I tell them a glass,” laughs Patricia Novo, co-owner of Crush and Cask Wine & Spirits in Saratoga Springs.
What to get the loved one who has everything? Steven Rabinowitz wracked his brain before settling on (spoiler alert, relatives!) a raccoon skull.
Make your Christmas tree your masterpiece. How? By skipping the big boxes of big-box ornaments in favor of everyday stuff you love, reimagined.
Build with a cute, tender alternative to gingerbread
It was nearly 100 years ago now that the New York State Legislature considered the role of a historian important enough to require every municipality to have one.
When an inferno raced through five 19th century Woodlawn Avenue brick row houses in July, it jeopardized one of the few Saratoga Springs examples of the brownstone-style homes that are so numerous in New York City.
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.