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n. the best part of the wedding, seriously.
The Pittsburgh Cookie Table is a long-standing tradition. It's a bit of a mystery, but most people credit its popularity to the Eastern European and Italian families who have lived here for decades. It may have originated during the Great Depression, to offset costs. Now, it's a way to share family recipes and favorite treats with guests, and it occasionally upstages the wedding cake! Guests at the reception usually snack on cookies all night, and then take some home to eat for breakfast, the next morning. [Here is a solid article from the NY Times, if you aren't already keen and want to know more.]
OH YES, WE WILL HAVE A COOKIE TABLE! ...but we need your help to make it happen!
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