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Traditional Scottish Shortbread - Comments


Name: Baas Ah 10th July 2011
I love it sooooo much
Name: Shannon X 21st November 2011
hard to make but it is YYYUUUMMM!
Name: Bobby 23rd November 2011
yummy its so tasty
Name: Adam 27th November 2011
hard to make but yyyyyyyyyyyyuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Name: Thomas 19th February 2012
ooooh! it will be dffiicult! first of all, gluten are the pillars of breads, cakes, and cookies so without gluten, you will not be able form any bread, cake or even a cookie!!! Was this answer helpful?
Name: Maari 10th November 2012
it looks so tasty im gonna make it tonight cant wait it looks so nice!!!! :-)
Name: Austin 22nd November 2015
Her recipe sondus really good. I made my shortbread over the weekend so I'll have to try this new one another time. And yes, I can eat shortbread any time.Wishing you and your loved ones a Very Happy Christmas, Judith! And may the New Year bring good health and many blessings your way.Hugs,Sandi
Name: Ja 25th November 2016
its so good

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