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New Locations New Flavors New Events Biscotti is plural for biscotto. Originating from the Latin word biscoctus, meaning "twice-cooked" it characterised oven-baked goods that were baked twice, which made them very dry thereby making them non perishable and particularly useful during long journeys and wars. In modern Italian, the word biscotto refers to any cookie or cracker, just as does the British use of the word "biscuit". or our "cookie" except of course without the crunchiness. In North America, the term "biscotti", used as a singular, refers only to the specific Italian cookie known in Italy as Cantuccio, plural Cantucci, which were made with flour, sugar, eggs, almonds or pin

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