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Date-and-Walnut Sandwich Cookies

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Easy and impressive, these sandwich cookies embellish store-bought shortbread with a decadent four-ingredient date-and-walnut spread that has a honeylike sweetness and caramel overtones.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, February 2009
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  • farmgirl54
    7 JAN, 2011
    Does this really make only enough for four cookies? I'm planning to double it already!
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  • farmgirl54
    7 JAN, 2011
    Does this really make only enough for four cookies? I'm planning to double it already!
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  • 16FelinePaws
    6 JAN, 2011
    KatieBee7384 - Perhaps flaviosmoreira is someone for whom English is not a native language. English has so many complex words and is one of the most difficult languages to master with all the different nuances to the many words. Please try to be more tolerant and less impatient with other contributors.
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  • 16FelinePaws
    6 JAN, 2011
    KatieBee7384 - Perhaps flaviosmoreira is someone for whom English is not a native language. English has so many complex words and is one of the most difficult languages to master with all the different nuances to the many words. Please try to be more tolerant and less impatient with other contributors.
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  • glorybees7
    26 FEB, 2010
    self-indulgent is what I meant.
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  • glorybees7
    26 FEB, 2010
    Flavio-When used in cooking, the term decandent means "luxuriously selfi-indulgent". It's so delicious and rich, I shouldn't be eating it, but I can't help myself! I hope that helps!
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  • flaviosmoreira
    26 FEB, 2010
    Hi! It's the second time I see the adjective "decadent" being used in a recipe in this site. As I only know the rather negative meaning of "marked by excessive seld-indulgence and moral decay" (which is hard to apply to recipe ingredients), I wold appreciate it if someone could enlighten me with its possible sense in this context. Thanks to you all.
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  • salomejane
    26 FEB, 2010
    Walker's shortbread cookies are good - but so is homemade shortbread - and homemade is really easy.
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  • DOROTHY42
    16 FEB, 2009
    I think you could make your own cookies, and spread the filling and put 2 together,that way you could have the cookies you like and the good filling!!
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  • laurelvanblarcu
    16 FEB, 2009
    I don't generally buy store bought cookies because the only brand I could ever choke down was Pepperidge Farm. I guess you could give them a shot. Good luck!
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