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Rosemary represents remembrance. So our rosemary shortbread cookies are sure to make a lasting impression. Download our decorative card; color-print onto heavy paper.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, February 2006
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  • glorybees7
    8 FEB, 2014
    Yes, these are delicious but I will add a few notes. I didn't mind the amount of rosemary, but you can't really taste the walnuts. So not sure if that's what people mean by overpowering. The yield for me was 24 cookies and I used a 2-1/4" heart cookie cutter. Not sure how you could get 48 cookies unless you used a mini heart or something. Also, by baking time was about 20 minutes, but I do know that ovens vary. My dough came out fine not too dry or moist and I never before made shortbread
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  • iamkate
    8 FEB, 2013
    This cookie is delicious! So simple and delicate- very sophisticated for any occasion! The dough is very crumbly and I had issues with my cookie cutter because the rolled dough would shatter into crumbs when i tried to cut it. I added some water and rolled it out again, let it sit overnight and they came out perfectly! I will definitely be making this cookie again. (p.s. I followed "CarmelinaCAN" s tip to only use 1 tsp of rosemary.)
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  • cwolfec
    7 APR, 2011
    I always include this recipe when going to a potluck. I used a biscuit cutter to make perfect rounds. I love the amount of rosemary.
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  • CarmelinaCAN
    26 JUL, 2010
    Made this cookie. While I really like rosemary, it overpowered the cookie. I will try making it again but with only one teaspoon.
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  • Abobrinha
    1 APR, 2009
    To lehb: thank you so much. I love the idea even more now that I read the receipe. It was very kind of you.
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  • lehb
    31 MAR, 2009
    Rosemary-Oatmeal Tea Bread from February 2006 issue. Type in recipe name in search box on the website to get the recipe.
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  • Abobrinha
    31 MAR, 2009
    I can see that the hearts are the cookies related to the receipe (that I intend to bake) but I would like to know what is the other beautiful thing in the tube pan. Does anyone know, please?
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  • pchill
    5 NOV, 2008
    Love this cookie! Gave them as part of Christmas gifts to staff and they have requested them again this year. The rosemary isreally great with the walnuts.
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  • pchill
    5 NOV, 2008
    Tried this cookie and loved it. Gave to staff as Christam gift and they have requested it again this year.
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  • DebraN
    5 DEC, 2007
    Very easy cookie to make. Rosemary always adds an interesting twist to sweets. The dough is very soft.
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