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Does anybody remember the name of this cookie?

Mariposa06 | Aug 28, 201203:54 PM     70

I hope someone can help me. I write a blog, and I want to write as part of a "Products I Miss" post a cookie I enjoyed in the early 70's. It was a sugar cookie about 3 inches in diameter, with a hole in the middle, swirly pattern on the front, with a scalloped edge. It may have been made by Nabisco, but I'm not sure about that. It was def not the Nabisco Butter Cookie, which were smaller and not swirly. If anyone knows the name of the cookie, I would appreciate knowing it. In my wildest dreams if I can find the name, I'd also like to find/create a mock-up. Thanks for any help anyone out there can give!

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