They say that Oreos are 'American's favourite cookies' - that's how its tagline goes. Is this really true? xD
Who remembers the "Twist Lick Dunk" slogan associated with Oreo?
I never ate my Oreos that way tbh, and I've since seen all the new variants they put out over the last few years, like chocolate-flavored cream and now, extra cream. They even had a strawberry-flavored cream one at some point.
I also once remember they had these wafers with chocolate coating. It wasn't all that great tbh.
I like Oreo, even though I have my own way of eating it, by twisting the Oreo, eating the cookie and then later the cream. Two of my favorite Oreo variations are the ones with peanut mixed with chocolate as the cream, and the variation where the cookie is golden instead of black.
Whenever I tried twisting an Oreo, the two cookie pieces almost always broke in half in my fingers, or it never got properly twisted. :c I've never had the real feel of successfully twisting, licking and dunking an Oreo in milk before. I usually just bite the normal C-shapes into the whole cookie or stuff the entire thing into my mouth. xD
I'm not American, but I call biscuits biscuits and cookies cookies. For me, biscuits are mostly dry and crunchy whereas cookies are mostly moist, soft and crumbly and filled either with cream or chocolate chips and nuts. The difference is very huge. According to this, Oreos are most definitely cookies as they are soft and crumbly. :3
Oh, and I call that in the picture...uh....a biscuit, I guess. xD
never had raisin cookies, but I really like raisins in general, so I guess I would like them in cookies as well. XD
We almost never get chocolate chip cookies here, usually just cake or shortbread biscuits (Uhm we call them "spritsen" in Dutch, not sure about the translation.)