210 W Evergreen Blvd – Vancouver, WASHINGTON
Cereal Killer. I’m embarrassed to tell you that I didn’t get the pun at first. I was, in fact, wondering why they were calling it “cereal killer cookie” instead of “killer cereal cookie.”
7290 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
I’ve been very fond of the cookies at Milk since my first visit – in 2008 – and I return every time I’m in Los Angeles. (I like L.A.) Four years ago I proclaimed Milk’s iced spice molasses cookie my favorite molasses cookie ever.
The Slanted Door cookie kiosk
Ferry Building Marketplace- San Francisco
Note: I found this cookie NOT in the actual Slanted Door restaurant, but instead just outside of it, amongst the kiosks in the main hallway of the Ferry Building Marketplace. I’m not sure whether this a regular Slanted Door cookie stand or if it exists only occasionally. Looks like I assed-out with the information-gathering on this one. Sorry guys.
I was with my mom on a short visit to S.F. last week and by the time I found this nugget last Saturday, we’d walked probably 5 miles and tasted about 4 other cookies in the Ferry Building/farmers’ – all of them before noon. The day before that, we’d tasted about 3 others in the city. This was the most remarkable of the bunch.
Costello’s Travel Caffé
2222 NE Broadway – Portland
I’m on the fence about this cookie.
On one hand, I’m mad at it for being neither brown buttery or salty in any profound way.
The Bread Peddler
222 N. Capitol Way – Olympia
In another uncharacteristic move on my part, I’m throwin some more p-butter your way. That’s 2 in a row, cookie monsters!
Clearly, this one has more than just peanut butter going on.
Woodlawn Coffee and Pastry
808 NE Dekum – Portland
In an effort to make up for Carpe Cookie’s under representation of peanut butter, I took one for the team today.
And I am happy to tell you that it did not taste like sacrifice.