shortbread

[ UK /ʃˈɔːtbɹɛd/ ]
NOUN
  1. very rich thick butter cookie
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How To Use shortbread In A Sentence

  • When I got back from Florida last night and I was cranky and tired and hungry for something sweet, I defrosted the shortbread dough that I froze a few weeks back.
  • Never substitute margarine for the butter, since the whole point of shortbread is its buttery taste.
  • If you like, you can finish it with crumbled amaretti biscuits, sticks of shortbread, and of course, your butterscotch sauce.
  • I bought a delicious palmier, brioche, a jam pastry, sausage puffs, an éclair, a dozen cookies, a bag of shortbread for my mom and a bag of pastry cheese twists. Bon Ton Pastry, Sun Sui Wah & Tojo’s « I HEART BACON
  • He describes the market for shortbread as seasonal, although it is sold year round in Japan, Australia, Canada and Hong Kong.
  • We gave him a box of Scottish shortbread wrapped in eucalyptus leaves to show our gratitude, and to make some sort of bizarre cross-cultural statement.
  • There is also a porridge spurtle, potato masher and an array of tart tins and baking sheets - one baking tin being specifically for the weekly batch of shortbread.
  • I see myself reclining by a roaring peat fire, glass of whisky in one hand, fat piece of shortbread in the other.
  • One of the 35 children learning to cook the easy-peasy way, Adam is mastering the art of making and - best of all - tasting shortbread.
  • Managing director Paul Grant believes the company's growth since its beginnings in 1995 can be likened to the success of a certain well-known brand of shortbread.
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