Massachusetts’ Most Popular Holiday Treat Is Anise Cookies, Which Are So Gross
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Now I know that Massachusetts is known for the North End, a/k/a Italian food heaven, but I can't take these cookies. Maybe it's because I hate licorice and that's what these taste like. My Irish taste-buds are just screaming for something more Irish! Like.... Bailey's Irish Cream cookies! YEAH!
Also, can we just talk about what they say about Maine "cookies?"
A Whoopie pie is NOT a cookie, it's a special treat to be loved and admired from afar, then from so, so close... then IN MY BELLAY!
New Hampshire cookies are MINT cookies, which... okay, I can see that, I guess, but Whoopie Pies? No, no and no.