Like savory biscotti, this cracker is first baked in a long log, then sliced and baked again until crisp. I like them best heavily coated in poppy seeds with a sprinkling of flaky salt, but feel free to swap out sesame or other seeds, too, or leave them plain and pumpernickel-y. I love serving these for brunch with cream cheese and smoked salmon. —Erin Jeanne McDowell
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