Thought for Today: Recipe for happiness: Learn how to cook. Charles Simic, Poet Laureate
Today, March 6th 1912, future conglomerate Nabisco introduced the Oreo Cookie. A red letter day in cooking manufacturing, the Oreo has been a mainstay from that day forward. I doubt there is anyone under the age of twelve that has not seen an Oreo ad on television.
The Oreo, although a knock-off, has remained a main stay in the food world. The original Hydrox has a less sweet filling and a crunchier cookie which held up better to milk dunking.
Famous Amos carries a similar product as a chocolate sandwich cookie. Kellogg’s has said these cookies are unique in flavor and Carvel Ice Cream Company uses Hydrox Cookie Crumbles in some of their products. Oreo Cookies are what they are, but Hydrox Cookies are a close second.
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