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Refrigerating dough for holiday cookies saves time, enhances flavor

Simplify baking holiday sugar cookies by making the dough in advance and keeping it in the refrigerator until time to roll out, cut and bake. (Todd Sumlin/Charlotte Observer)
Simplify baking holiday sugar cookies by making the dough in advance and keeping it in the refrigerator until time to roll out, cut and bake. (Todd Sumlin/Charlotte Observer)
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All that dashing and dancing in the kitchen adds up to a lot of time around the holidays. Anything you can do ahead is bound to help. That may be enough motivation to make cookie doughs in advance and stash them in the refrigerator, ready to bake. But how about this: Your time-saver may be a flavor booster. Making cookies in advance may improve them. Sweet! In the past few years, cookie recipes have been ...


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