This much-loved Jewish cookie is ubiquitous in Israel nowadays, where varieties range from average pastry at neighborhood grocery stores to gourmet delicacies at the country's best bakeries. This recipe takes the treat up a notch.
Aimee Amiga is an editor, reporter and presenter at Haaretz. She has a master's degree in counter-terrorism and homeland security from the IDC Herzliya. She tweets @AimeeAmiga.
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