Anne Pilgrim

Love: Langley woman’s shortbread duties continue today, in Mom’s honour

Love: Start your own family traditions - a special section of the Langley Advance published Dec. 8, 2016

When I was 11 and 12 years old, my mother wasn’t well and I took over the role of making the family Christmas shortbread recipe for our very large family.

To this day, I still make this shortbread every year in honour of my mother, who passed away when I was 15.

Merry Christmas.

from Anne Pilgrim, Langley Hospice Society board member

Anne’s Shortbread

Makes approx. 4½ dozen

Ingredients:

• 1lb. butter

• 3 cups flour

• 1 cup icing sugar

• 1 cup cornstarch

Directions:

Mix well with hands and separate into balls.

Roll under wax paper, about ½” thick.

Refrigerate overnight.

Bake at 300 F for 20 minutes.

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