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Joan E. Zaher



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Location: Chelmsford, Massachusetts

PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2007 7:20 am    Post subject: SCOTTISH RECIPES COURTESY OF WALKERS SHORTBREAD CO. Reply with quote

THESE RECIPES ARE FOR YOUR PERSONAL USE ONLY, AS WALKERS SHORTBREAD CO. OWNS THE COPYWRITE.

http://www.walkersus.com/files/highland_apple_crumb_pie.pdf

http://www.walkersus.com/files/walkers_shortbread_finger_dips.pdf

http://www.walkersus.com/files/walkers_scottish_flan.pdf

http://www.walkersus.com/files/walkers_shortbread_raspberry_creme_brulees.pdf

http://www.walkersus.com/files/chocolate_fondue.pdf

http://www.walkersus.com/files/walkers_shortbread_truffles.pdf

http://www.walkersus.com/files/chocolate_raspberry_gratins.pdf

Simply Delicious Serving Suggestions

Sprinkled shortbread crumbs on your favorite ice cream adds a uniquely delicious crumbly crunch.

Triangles make a particularly impressive addition when used as a garnish on mousse, puddings and ice cream.

Chocolate triangles artfully arranged atop a cake or pie add a personal touch that both looks and tastes delicious.

Other information can be found at www.walkersshortbread.com The official U.S. page for ordering Walker products.

Enjoy!



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Jennifer Hicks
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Joined: 11 Mar 2006
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Location: Montana, USA

PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2007 9:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yum! Thanks Joan.

The flan seems just like a dish my grandmother used to make. I'm wouldn't know about whether she used Walker's Shortbread, but it sure was GOOD!

Cheers,
Jennifer


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Joan E. Zaher



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Location: Chelmsford, Massachusetts

PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2007 8:24 am    Post subject: RECIPES COMPLIMENTS OF WALKER'S SHORTBREAD Reply with quote

Hi Jen:

I am happy to hear that you enjoyed the recipes. Let us hear that more of our members have tried them and liked them.

A few people had expressed an interest in starting a "make your own cookbook." I posted the information but have not heard from anyone yet in that regard. I hope someone will step up and get this project started. Very Happy

In kinship

Joan



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