Biscotti are Italian cookies usually served with wine or hot coffee. Italian biscotti get their name from Latin roots “bis” (two) and “coctum” (baked) meaning “twice baked.” Made from dough that is cooked as a log, sliced, and then cooked for a second time, biscotti not only get their name from their double baking, but also their amazing three-to-four month shelf life.

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