Thursday, December 13, 2007

Want a Cookie?

I do. Always. This is a time for eating cookies if there ever was one. Or giving cookies as a gift...because a gift you can eat...well, that's a good gift! Anyway, here are my favorites for cookies (that you can buy, not make...that's another post entirely):

Best in Dallas: Kessler's Cookies
I know that there is another place that people like to say is the Best in Dallas (JD's Chippery) but I'm sorry to say that they're wrong. They just are. We've gotten loads of both cookies here at the office and JD's are good but there's just no contest. By the way, get Kessler's triple chocolate - you won't be sorry. You can smell the butter when you open the signature tin. And they come by the pound. Heaven.

Best in the UK: Ben's Cookies
They may be Best in the UK, but you can also have them shipped here from one of their new US stores. Anyone who has been to Oxford knows about the original Ben's store in the covered market and their absolute cookie goodness. Also sold by weight in their stores - which is the only way, really. Boy, oh, boy these are good. Try some!

Most Original Frosting Flavors: Cheryl & Co.
These frosted concoctions have the most delectible combination of flavors for icing and the cookie part is so soft and chewy. Some of the flavors are Chocolate Peppermint, Mint Chocolate, Triple Chocolate, Frosted Caramel Pecan, Pumpkin Cinnamon, and Holiday Buttercream. Mmmm...frosting.


Lindsay said...

What are you trying to do to this pregnant woman! They sound so delicious I want to order them all right now. :)

LoriLoo310 said...

We have Ben's Cookies here in Utah. I LOVE them. They have a lemon cookie that makes my mouth water just thinking about it.