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Christiane

Wow. I wasn't sure when I first read this, but the more I think about it, the more it sounds absolutely amazing.

jeannette

wow, looks amazing and i'm sure i'd also be freezing the dough just so i wouldn't eat it all at one sitting. i'm definitely making this!

Mitsuko

Cheddar & cranberries? i'm not used to the mix but why not?

Brandon

Fabulous photo--cookies are hard because who wants to see another pile of cookies on a plate? Your glass jar solution is perfect. Oh! And the recipe sounds great too--I have an addiction to shortbread that I have to monitor closely, but I think I'm going to have to try your very tempting version.

Alanna

I love this idea. Would you ever use Imperial cheese? My Canadian family turned me onto it this summer, I've made two batches of savory cookies with it. One's in the freezer, awaiting baking over Christmas.

Brandon

Fabulous photo--cookies are hard because who wants to see another pile of cookies on a plate? Your glass jar solution is perfect. Oh! And the recipe sounds great too--I have an addiction to shortbread that I have to monitor closely, but I think I'm going to have to try your very tempting version.

Traci

I don't know too much about cheese - would any really sharp cheddar work for these?

lyn

Alanna - I don't see why you couldn't use Imperial cheese. It is a bit softer than block cheddar though, so you might need a bit more flour, or a bit less cheese.

Traci -You could use any really sharp cheddar I'm sure. I would definitely stick with white cheddar though, and the older it is the better.

Dianka

What a great combination of flavors, this looks delicious!

Fabienne

Oh, my god, i think it's gorgeous !

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