I have a super duper shortbread weakness too. Please divulge the source of this decadent looking goodness.Thank you.
Is there still a mustache?
Wow! That shortbread looks like it was lovingly and skillfully made!! By an artist, even!!
I can personally speak to this shortbread's greatness. But few people know the even more sublime goodness called... uncooked shortbread! Before this tasty treat gets baked off it is amazing!Therefore, do not hide this amazing treat... you should love it and then eat it!
Zzzzzzz. Knowing that you don't post over the weekends, I see that we are left to savor this tiny post and it's saran wrapped picture for another three days. I still don't even know if the ym remains mustachioed. I feel like customer service and satisfaction at this site is getting worse and worse. Again I say, there are other blogs I could subscribe to, you know. You're probably off at Wine Lake again, eating the fruits of your guest post labors and spending the bowling money we gave you.
Face, I believe the shortbread is made by our very own culinary genius M. LaBee and can be purchased at City Market, if you dare buy some, but be warned: It's highly addictive. Speaking of which...How can I get my hands on some shortbread batter, Banana? I'll pay good money. Or bad money, even. And I'm not above an early morning armed robbery, if that's what it takes. jshu: The shortbread does not have a mustache. But if you had an iPhone 4 you'd know that already.