+
Markets & Stores

Hough Bakery "Modernistic" cookies [Cleveland]

PB | Jan 11, 200209:43 AM     10

My wife used to enjoy a cookie sold by Cleveland's Hough Bakery chain. It was a large flat cookie with chocolate icing on one half and vanilla icing on the other, with a swirled boundary between the two colors of icing. She thinks they were called "Modernistic" cookies. Does anyone else recall these cookies, or know where a recipe might be found? Please reply via email (etao47@yahoo.com) as well as to this board.
Thanks!

Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

More from Chowhound

How to Host the Perfect Galentine’s Day Bash
Entertaining

How to Host the Perfect Galentine’s Day Bash

by Brittany Loggins | Galentine’s Day has officially transcended the television screen, where it was mentioned by Leslie...

11 Fajita Recipes for the Best Interactive Party Menu Ever
Recipe Round-Ups

11 Fajita Recipes for the Best Interactive Party Menu Ever

by Chowhound Editors | We love the way fajitas bring everyone together around the table for some hands-on assembly: a warm...

Make Like a Mad Scientist and Brew Your Own Kombucha
How To

Make Like a Mad Scientist and Brew Your Own Kombucha

by Maryse Chevriere | Whether you have no idea what a SCOBY is or are addicted to probiotic powerhouse kombucha, it's easy...

A Spicy Lentil Soup That’s Vegan and Delicious
Food News

A Spicy Lentil Soup That’s Vegan and Delicious

by Amy Schulman | The brains behind BOSH!, a YouTube and Facebook channel starring Henry Firth and Ian Theasby, are...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.