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    Christopher M. Guest

    Default Dances with black and white cookies

    I think black-and-white cookies are kind of unique. At least I think the
    ones with a firm icing are unique. The ones with soft frosting are kind of
    like cupcakes.

    The black-and-white cookies I've been eating (from NY) have a very firm
    icing. It's almost like a thin candy wafer.

    This icing sits on top of a firm but somewhat cake-like cookie.

    It's kind of like a combination between a cake-like cookie and a
    candy/confection.


    W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)



  2. #2
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Dances with black and white cookies

    On Sun, 12 Feb 2012 22:47:56 -0500, Christopher M. wrote:

    > I think black-and-white cookies are kind of unique. At least I think the
    > ones with a firm icing are unique. The ones with soft frosting are kind of
    > like cupcakes.
    >
    > The black-and-white cookies I've been eating (from NY) have a very firm
    > icing. It's almost like a thin candy wafer.
    >
    > This icing sits on top of a firm but somewhat cake-like cookie.
    >
    > It's kind of like a combination between a cake-like cookie and a
    > candy/confection.


    Simply stunning.

    -sw

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