Every region in France seems to have its own cookie. Paris’, as any Proust reader knows, is the Madeleine. Provence, though, has these fantastic, slightly hard, orangeflower aroma-ed “navettes”, named after the wooden shuttle weavers threw across a loom. Though I haven’t yet had a chance to test it, I was happy to find this recipe after muddling through quite a few that looked off. It’s in French, but I presume Google Translate can help for the maudits anglophones among you.

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