Turnover cookies are still kind of a big deal. They are lunch box cookies that have a dollop or filling of fruit. If you have ever eaten a nutri-grain bar, than turnover cookies are a fair comparison. When it comes to packaged turnovers, I only know of one kind: Voortman’s turnovers. The Voortman bakery is a Canadian based company (sorry international folks), that prides themselves … Continue reading Turnover tales
After months of anticipation, Chick-fil-A Inc opened their first international location in one of the world’s greatest cities: Toronto, Ontario. The family owned restaurant boasts of being the home of the ‘original chicken sandwich‘ since the late 60’s. Even after two months of business, the restaurant continues to be a zoo, with lineups extending through the doors. I waited in line (and in the rain) … Continue reading Chick-fil-A cookie: Not the thing
Justin Trudeau wants cookies. Which ones will he choose? Continue reading What cookies would Trudeau choose?
Crunchin on a plane, crunchi’ on a plane. Crunching like a fooll with my cookies on a plane Continue reading Crunchin on a plane like a BOSS
It’s raining men… alleluia! No, I’m not referring to the song that speaks of alphas peeking around every corner and green tree (although I have wished). I am referring to Pepperidge Farm’s chessmen butter cookies. Pepperidge Farm , famously known for their cute goldfish cheese crackers (the ones I fought over as a child), also offer simple cookie classics, and every one of them is … Continue reading It’s raining men!!
It’s (still) summer in the western hemisphere and that means outdoor parties and bbq’s with friends and family. Parties need desserts and desserts should include cookies. Perhaps you don’t have the time to make a fancy platter of homemade cookie sandwiches . Don’t worry. You can still serve store bought sandwiches that your guests will enjoy. Sandwich cookies consist of a filling between two cookies. … Continue reading 5 sandwiches to turn up to
Dad’s cookies are simplicity and quality I’ve tried all of the cookies that Dad has to offer unless they were discontinued before I had a chance. Dad’s cookies (not to be confused with Dad’s cookie company) is one of the oldest brands manufactured by Christie. Since 1929, Dad has been known for a simple, yet delicious crunchy oatmeal flavor. Dad’s keeps it simple: oatmeal and … Continue reading Dad’s in the kitchen and I’m here for it