Recipe For "Tadows?" Cookies

My husband says his mother, who has long passed away, used to make a cookie he calls 'tadows' - this is spelled phonetically because he doesn't remember the spelling.

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Does anyone have any inkling of a recipe for these? His mother was German from Minnesota and his father was Italian, so I don't know which culture this is from. Thanks very much.

Smoochie from Houston, TX

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May 1, 20080 found this helpful

This may be the Italian Cookie which is called Taralli or sometimes Tadelli. It is boiled then baked and frosted. Delicious. Try Mary Ann Esposito's site: http://www.CiaoItalia.com .

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