Delicate caramel shortbread is filled with caramel-chocolate ganache and lightly sprinkled with Himalayan sea salt for a one-of-a-kind treat. The caramel flavor really shines, thanks to the unique technique employed by the expert bakers at The Bread Project, who lightly burn the caramel to emphasize its nutty, smoky nuances. Despite the liberal use of caramel, the cookie is not overly sweet. Generous quantities of butter and semisweet chocolate – from local San Francisco chocolate company, TCHO – help create a soft, slightly chewy shortbread that melts in your mouth. The shortbread is made by The Bread Project in Emeryville, California, a nonprofit that trains people with limited resources in the art of baking, helping them develop expert job skills for working in the food industry.