Each of the PF cookies are named after a location, a fact I learned as I greedily devoured Milanos, Genevas and other such geographic delights. My weakness has always been orange Milano cookies, until I bought this assortment and discovered my new true love, Geneva cookies. They are crispy little wafer cookies with chocolate and bits of pecans, which four-year old son mistook for teeth. Together, we annihilated all the Genevas in about two seconds.
If those weren’t good enough, there were the Tahiti cookies, which are soft, melt-y coconut cookies with a layer of chocolate in the middle.
I never knew how many Pepperidge Farm delicacies there were, and that was just the chocolate assortment. I will have to try the other box on my next hungry shopping trip, or maybe I will just send my husband, who has considerably more willpower than I, for the next trip.
Next time you are at the store, perhaps you should get a ticket to travel the world with Pepperidge Farm. Your waist may not appreciate it, but your mouth surely will, and it sure is a less expensive way to get a taste of the world.