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A & E Entertainment
She's one tough cookie. "That's the way the cookie crumbles." Whether on Santa's plate or at grandma's house, cookies are a part of American culture. What began as hardened biscuits (perfect for traveling), they grew lighter, richer, and sweeter once sugar became readily available in the Middle East in the 13th century. But when Dutch settlers brought the idea to New York, cookies became truly American, and in 1930, America made its mark in the cookie world with invention of the chocolate chip cookie. Along with the peanut butter cookie--and yes, the fortune cookie--the chocolate chip cookie is uniquely American. Whether dropped, rolled, molded, pressed, filled, or cut into shapes, cookies are ingrained in our culture and recognizable icons--from the Cookie Monster to the Keebler Elves--help sell more than $6-billion each year. In fact, cookies are consumed in 95.2% of US homes! Join us for a sweet hour as we get out our rolling pins for the history of cookies.

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