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This clear chinese takeout box of cookies arrives at our door the other day, so we pull these plain wafer thin discs out of the box, sniff at them, crack them in half, and stuff them in our gullets.
At first bite, we though, hmmm, vanilla, crunchy, decent, but they’re so plain looking. In fact they’re kind of the Kate Bosworth of cookies, ghostly thin and supertranslucent.
Then we put them down, walked away, with little bits still crunching in our mouth, tasting little bursts of vanilla. Then we think, man these could be like the best tea accessory ever. An hour later, we’ve eaten half the package in an unconscious cookie binge. These damn cookies sneak up on you like cookie cocaine.
Hungry magazine gets lots of things in the mail. Most of those things turn out to be unworthy of review. These cookies are worthy.
If you want to try them for yourself, hop on over here
FULL DISCLOSURE: If you couldn’t figure it out in the review, we got these free in the mail. At Hungry, we will always tell you when we didn’t pay for something ourselves (which is rare, currently of all our restaurant reviews, product reviews, etc, there have been 3 comps written about in a year and a half) That being said, we really do love these cookies, and not because they were free. Our office is littered with free things that will never ever be written about.