From the comments on Martha's website, it would seems that the ecessive 4 Tbsp of salt was a misprint for 4 tsp of salt.
"In my next life, I want to be Moroccan. I just love the cooking techniques, the spices, the tastes. My elderly neighbour while I was growing up, Tovah, was Moroccan, and I'd often stop by her apartment to watch her cook (and to learn). the ingredients used here are certainly ones that could be found in many of Tovah's dishes, but I've combined them in a new way. The mint in particular adds freshness to what is otherwise a very rich dish."
"These are great refrigerator cookies because the dough needs to be made in advance of baking so it has the time to set before it is cut. You can also keep the dough cylinders in the freezer and slice them just before baking. These have the unexpected burst of flavor that comes from juicy pomegranate seeds. Not only do they taste very good, but the bright red color of the seeds is striking against the soft tan color of the cookie dough."
Makes about 4 dozen cookies.
Well Michael Lechasseur, de fuss ting to do is cree-ate the rite at-mus-fare bi puttin on some Boney M music…like “Brown Girl in the Ring”. Den yuh gon pour ya-self a big jigger a rum. Nun-a-dem imme-tation won like Bacardi or Captain Morgan. Ya need the rail ting like Eldorado or Demarara XM pun de rox wit a twis-o-lime. Afta ya dun do dat, den yo go hugg up ya woman plenty…because she naw wan hugg yu afta yah smel like garlic, peppa and ting!!!
Crunchy, Spicy, Zingy...YUM!!