What are Cookies?, published on CookiesYearRound.com, explores the history of cookie making and what people consider a cookie to be.
New Brighton, MN (PRWEB) February 20, 2011
CookiesYearRound.com, a blog about baking cookies and other holiday sweets, has published several new blog posts, including “Bacon and Eggs,” “What are Cookies?,” and “The Most Awesome Chocolate Chip Cookies.”
The post “Bacon and Eggs” from CookiesYearRound.com describes an unusual yet humorous snack that takes on the appearance of bacon and eggs. The author mentions that the recipe for this sweet treat requires only 3 simple ingredients: 2 stick pretzels, almond bark, and yellow M&Ms. The author advises that the almond bark can easily be melted in the microwave.
“What are Cookies?,” published on CookiesYearRound.com, explores the history of cookie making and what people consider a cookie to be. The author claims that cookies were developed by the Dutch to be little cakes. Cookies, the post states, may be round or formed into bars or designs. They also have unique names in Europe, often known as biscuits by the British and biscotti by Italians.
“The most magnificent chocolate chip cookies were created by Ruth Wakefield,” begins CookiesYearRound.com on the page “The Most Awesome Chocolate Chip Cookies.” This blog post details the development of the Toll House chocolate chip cookie. The author describes the process the inventor, Ruth Wakefield, undertook to create the cookie and its rise to popularity in part due to a Betty Crocker radio show. A link to the original recipe for these cookies is even provided by the author at the end of the post.
CookiesYearRound.com was launched in November of 2009 with an article about oatmeal cookies. Website Business is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of CookiesYearRound.com.
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