Cookie Baker's Dozen: 13 Essential Tools for Making the Holiday Season's Trademark Treats

If you like to bake holiday cookies, you’ve got to have the right gear. We went straight to the pros — Dan Guerrera of Downtown Cookie Co., and Jacqueline Goewey and Lauren Bentley of Made Fresh Daily, both in New York City — for their expert advice on holiday baking tools (14 Photos)

Kendell Cronstrom on Dec 11, 2009 at 3:44PM

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Cookie Baker's Dozen: 13 Essential Tools for Making the Holiday Season's Trademark Treats

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Cookie Cutters

Sets of cookie cutters are fine, but keep in mind that some people tend to use only a few shapes and relegate the rest to a drawer. Whether you buy them individually or in a set, advises Goewey of Made Fresh Daily, “be sure to get sturdy, sharp copper or other metal cutters instead of plastic ones, especially if you intend to use them year after year.”

Try copper cookie cutters, $6.95 each at BroadwayPanhandler.com

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