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This cookie recipe is courtesy of Lisel Arroyo and Diana Yen of The Jewels of New York. Download and print the heart-cookie template for an easy-to-follow decorating guide.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, Episode 4089
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  • mykele
    16 OCT, 2009
    bakingal09 the recipe does say 3/4 teaspoon salt...........you must have a faulty input
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  • ginahaase
    16 OCT, 2009
    Williams Sonoma usually carries those large spatuals around the holidays. Otherwise, try a place like Chef Central.
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  • CurlyQ1981
    17 FEB, 2009
    Okay, so I know this is a random question, but it has really been bugging me. If you watch the video clip, about 6 minutes in, Martha and her guest use these great giant metal spatulas! I have been looking all over and can't find it. Can someone help me out? Thanks!
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  • cookieluvr1
    16 FEB, 2009
    My cookies turned out to be a big success! Everyone thought the decoration on the cookies were so unique. The girls in the video are so talented and cute! I also checked out their website and found out they can cook too! Their recipes look delicious! http://www.thejewelsofny.com/recipes/
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  • bakingal09
    16 FEB, 2009
    I think there is a typo in the recipe, it should be 3/4 teaspoons salt not tablespoon. That is way too much salt for this amount of dough.
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  • Alexis84
    13 FEB, 2009
    You can find canned lychees in the international/asian aisle...
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  • courtyerin
    13 FEB, 2009
    Hi! For those that made this recipe.. do the cookies taste salty at all. I put in the 3/4 Tbs salt and find the dough to be really salty. I am hoping it goes away during baking. These cookies are so cute but I am thinking of maybe trying a different sugar cookie recipe with them. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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  • MrsTener
    12 FEB, 2009
    I just made the sugar cookie, I didnt decorate it, I wanted to see how it tasted, it was to dry for me. I liked the idea of all the butter. I decided the other sugar cookie recipe is more tasty. Did you see Martha's face when the guest said there isnt any baking powder or soda. It was cute.
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  • dramatoad
    12 FEB, 2009
    Make a slightly smaller cookie, I used one of the Wilton Heart cutters (they are pink plastic and come in 6 sizes from Michael's) one is a perfect size that will slip into the Valentine Treat Box from the same day show. I just cut the box out of scapbook heart paper (no card stock), and glued only the bottom. Fold the sides inside the heart box. Slip in the Jewel Heart Cookie (w/ plain rasberry jam) that has been wrapped in celephane. Use ribbon to tie the top. It makes a great gift.
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  • cookieluvr1
    12 FEB, 2009
    THESE COOKIES LOOK AMAZING!!! I'm planning to make these for Valentines, but from the video it doesn't look easy... any success stories!? Let me know how they turn out!
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