Like the crunch of biscotti but want a savory (salty) munch instead? These are sort of like wine-and-cheese sticks, vino et fromaggio: tender/crisp bites that are nicely eaten, out of hand, with a glass of wine or punch, while you are waiting for dinner to be ready or want a bite with a friend and not a muffin or cookie for a change. If you use supermarket, pre-grated parmesan cheese (which I cannot recommend but do as you will) it will likely be too salty so either spring for important parmesan and grate it yourself or the be sure to reduce the salt in this recipe ½-1/4 teaspoon. You might want to add bits of black olives to these so that people realize they are savory, not sweet, biscotti. This is a good gift (with a bottle of Chianti, special olive oil and a hunk of imported Parmesan) or a great cocktail hour nibble. If you roll these like dog bones, you get an entirely different presentation. These are humble looking but tasty enough for some gourmet food company to come calling for the recipe.
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Hi there, fellow home and pro baker and fan of