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Take a look at our Cookies of the World map and you'll find more than one recipe you want to make. And when you get thirsty after all that baking, you might need something to wash down all those sweets.
Heck, you might just want to turn the whole affair into a cookie-cocktail crawl, so we helped you out (because we like the way you work). We paired each one of the 46 cookies on our map to a drink that would go with it nicely. And no, we didn't pick milk every time.
Both are rich with chocolate and good really really cold.
For the kid at heart—and anyone who likes really sweet treats.
If we're putting potato chips in cookies, then we're putting ice cream in beer, too.
Our home and design editor Amanda Sims voted to pair these sesame-studded cookie with Arnold Palmers, on account of needing something with tang to offset the richness of the wafers. And I chose a boozy version.
Gift these rugelach with a bottle of red wine—Manischewitz if we're really being traditional.
New York state of eating—and drinking.
Nobody has ever served me cookies with a margarita, but maybe winter—when margarita consumption is down and cookie eating is up—is the time to try it?
These Brazilian cookies taste like icing rolled in sprinkles; all you'll want is a big glass of milk.
Fiveandspice knows Norway.
This combination screams Christmas in Sweden.
These Serbian cookies translate to "The Little Vanilla Cookies"—so a little more vanilla can't possibly hurt.
French fanciness—without fuss.
Spain at its simplest.
Almond and orange, two ways.
Itty bitty drinks for itty bitty cookies.
Gobble up all the dried figs in every way you can while you wait patiently for fresh fig season.
These cookies and this punch aren't what you'd normally consider wintry: Instead, they're light as can be, aromatic and springy thanks to rose water and rice flour (for the cookies) and ginger and bubbles for the punch.
If these recipes seem old fashioned (in a good way), that's because they are.
Two cheers for cherries times two.
Tea time, Indian style.
I'm sorry—this one was too obvious. Please proceed.
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