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New York Styled cookies are a cookie lovers dream. We take the experience to an unexpected and heightened elevation by stuffing the cookie with a gooey filling designed to enhance the flavor and arouse your taste buds. Wrap your mind and your mouth around that.
Inspiration for our selections are influenced by our Southern Roots encompassing diverse food traditions; from Cajun to Creole and the downhome cooking of the rural South, our cookies are stuffed with these flavors and traditions and even a few alcohol parings.
We love what we eat and we eat what we love. These cookies are not simply the sweet course at the end of meals. These 6 ounce (or larger) handfuls of sweet bliss go well with everything from coffee to cocktails; with meals or all by themselves, but no crumbs in bed please.
Cookie are made fresh and baked to order and typically ship within seven days. Tracking information will be provided so that you know exactly when to expect your sweet treats.
If not enjoyed immediately, the cookies are fresh and delicious at room temperature in the original package for up to 7 days after delivery.
If not enjoyed immediately, the cookies can be stored in an airtight container in the freezer for up to two months. When ready to enjoy, take the cookie out of the freezer and allow the cookie to come to room temperature before enjoying.
For fresh out of the oven deliciousness, reheat cookie in the oven for 2-3 minutes at 350 degrees or 10-15 seconds in the microwave. Due to some of the fillings, please be careful not to overheat and melt the fillings.
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The very first chocolate chip cookie was the size of a quarter. It was accidentally created in 1939 by Ruth Wakefield who ran the Toll House Inn with her husband while trying to improve on butterscotch nut recipe with an all chocolate dough but the chocolate she used didn't fully melt in the dough resulting in a cookie with chocolate bits.