I have not felt like updating this for a while. I suspect this blog may be kind of...stupid?!?
BUT I got the craving for a black and white cookie, and a craving for a blog update, and so here it is. Unfortunately as I steadied the camera to take a picture of that first bite, the batteries ran out.
I went with my friend Dave to the diner that never closes, the Flagship.
This is a placemat from a few months back. Not intended for use on this blog, hence Simpsons (and improvised Boomhauer from King of the Hill, hey not bad) doodles all over it.
I've always UNprofessionally loved Flagship's black and white cookies, but I have been waiting to review them here. Maybe I was scared that when compared to the ton of cookies I've reviewed, the Flagship's wouldn't seem as wonderful.
So I sat down, put on my new last season of Batman Beyond DVD :AWESOME!
I WISH that was me.
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE NILLA BABY. PUTCHA HANDS UP. PUTCHA HANDS UP.
The vanilla side was DELICIOUSHISH. So great. So tasty. It was soft and had the taste AND texture of the vanilla icing you'd find on a homemade cupcake.
It was so good I was LICKING it off just to savor every little bit. Too bad my camera ran out of batteries. Oh well.
The chocolate side was not very impressive. It was really fun to eat, but it did not inspire any sort of description. It was a bit harder than the vanila side (rare) and even the taste of the cake overpowered it.
With every bite of the chocolate, all I could think of was the time NOT being spent biting the vanilla.
The cookie disappeared very fast, and there was not a crumb left on the plate.
3 CHEERS for Flagship Diner.
To see some footage of Flagship Diner, check out my short film "Helping Joe" (2003.) They graciously let us spend all night filming a scene there (for FREE.)