My friend Daniel:
...went to Delaware, and brought me back a surprise:
That's his label that he provided. He knows how this blog WORKS!
Serpe's eh?? Elsmere, eh??? Delaware, eh????
Let's see how Delaware does a Black and White Cookie.
I took out the cookie and it was FLAT. The opposite of the cookie I had last night (didn't even give myself time to digest...maybe the 2 cookies are making friends in my stomach.) It was like a giant sized novelty coin. It was like a small Frisbee. Like a cartoon character after being smashed with a mallet.
The vanilla side -- Woooooow. REALLY good!! Very...DIFFERENT. Unique. Original. A vanilla I haven't tasted before. Very milky and sweet, like ice cream.
Chocolate: POW. Huge taste that punched me in the mouth. For such a flat cookie, it packed a lot of personality. The chocolate also had a strange transformation in it's aftertaste, getting into kind of a muddy dark chocolate flavor that slowly fades out in your mouth.
Looks delicious, doesn't it?
I can't even recall what the cake part was like, as the two flavors completely overpowered it. Maybe this is as it should be?
The icing was kind of hard. Probably cause the cookie had to travel from Delaware, then I waited a few days to eat it. But it will still edible. One of the cookies on this blog had icing as hard as a rock.
I finished the cookies and poured myself a glass of milk. Wow...look how one glass drained the new milk that was bought:
WHAT A GREAT BLOG THIS IS!!!! :)))