I don't like Oreos - but you probably do. My dislike for them comes from my dislike for store-bought, commercially-manufactured baked goods (or, food in general for that matter). Someone must like them as their market share makes them one of America's favorite cookies. But have you ever wondered how they came to be?
Oreo has come out with a new Gay Pride cookie. It's made of rainbow colored frosting. When the image was posted online at facebook, over 150,000 people gave it a "like". The photo immediately drew a firestorm of controversy, with some supporting the gay pride image, while others loudly condemned it.
We all know, of course, that the best part about eating Oreos is twisting them open and dipping them in milk. So why not take it to the next level to better flavor your milk with all that Oreo goodness?
Betcha can't eat just one. I think the oreo emboss is cool, but never really thought much about it..too busy eating.
There are many imitations, but there is only one Oreo. Thankfully, distinguishing it from the rest is easy, due to the signature pattern that’s printed on each chocolate wafer...