TIP OF THE DAY: Homemade Animal Crackers

National Animal Crackers Day is celebrated on April 18th. You’re never too adult to enjoy animal crackers..and since your palate is likely much evolved since childhood, to taste the superiority of homemade versions. Any adult will smile at a plate of cookie nostalgia with a cup of coffee or tea (and listen to six-year-old Shirley…
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TIP OF THE DAY: 3-D Animal Crackers

If you like to bake cookies, try your hand at something different: 3-D cookies. They’re sold by a British novelty products company called Suck UK (why ask why?), and available on Amazon. The zoo animal cookie cutter set contains a mother and baby. Each set has four cutters: two bodies and two pairs of legs,…
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PRODUCT: Pepperidge Farm Vanilla Grahams Goldfish For National Animal Crackers Day

April 18th is National Animal Crackers Day.   THE HISTORY OF ANIMAL CRACKERS Animal crackers originated in England in the late 1800s, as animal biscuits. When, in 1889, P.T. Barnum decided to tour England with his circus, several manufacturers took advantage of a marketing opportunity and called the biscuits “Barnum’s.” The animal biscuits were exported…
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