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Think "Like with Like" to Pack and Ship Cookies That Will Survive the Trip

A care package of homemade cookies is always a welcome piece of mail, but shipping baked goods can be a bit tricky. Luckily, Cook’s Illustrated has four tips to help make sure your cookies and brownies arrive to their intended recipient looking (and tasting) their best. Read more...
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