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Use any combination of your favorite dried fruits--figs, pineapple, strawberries, kiwi--to create a visually-enticing treat.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2012
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  • inghamdesi2168398
    16 DEC, 2017
    The cookies are OK, not great, but the recipe is incredibly poorly written. Step one -- preheat the oven and mix up the basic dough. Step two -- macerate the fruit for at least two hours. If your oven takes that long to heat, you really need to have it checked. Next, step one again, add the flour. Step 3 -- put the lemon zest into the butter mixture, then add the flour. Really? I expected better editing from Martha!
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