There's not much new you can do with cookies, but God help the good people at Nabisco -- they're trying. Less than a month ago, Nabisco felt the stirring desire for innovation -- a hunger, if you will. They set to task what I can only assume were a crack team of foodologists with their fingers on t ... More >>
I was on board with the Birthday Cake Oreo. The Gingerbread Oreo was also a good idea. But until I try it, I think I'm still on the fence about Watermelon Oreos, the new limited-edition flavor Nabisco has introduced for the summer and exclusively at Target. The Watermelon Oreo has two-toned creme ... More >>
What happens when a slingshot hobbyist and YouTube video maker named Joerg Sprav--who has an accent and a diabolical cackle of a James Bond villain--takes on the Oreo separation challenge that Nabisco commissioned a few scientists and inventors to undertake as projects a few weeks ago?Awesomeness, t ... More >>
Wanna see something completely pointless but utterly cool? A Portland man has spent an entire "0.04 years" perfecting an Oreo separator. David Neevel, who is apparently a physicist, has created the contraption using aluminum scraps, wood, a hatchet, a CNC router table and dental floss, to perform on ... More >>
Holiday snacks are starting to creep up on store shelves, and we're particularly intrigued by this one. Nabisco has introduced Gingerbread Oreos, available for a limited time at Wal-Mart.
Candy corn, the worst Halloween candy of all of ever, continues to be a thing. People seem to love eating what to me tastes like Peeps' poop-nuggets because according to the National Confectioner's Association, nearly 20 million pounds of the stuff is sold each year.
In celebration of LGBT Pride Month, Oreo posted this rainbow confection on its Facebook page Monday night. "Proudly support love!" the description read. The cookie isn't real (diabetics, rejoice!), but the bold move by the Nabisco brand instantly got people talking and haters hatin.' Most of th ... More >>
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When I was a young boy, I loved to leave cookies and milk out for Santa Claus. This tawdry attempt at bribery, meant to distract him from the fact that I'd attempted to impale the dog on my He-Man and the Masters of the Universe sword ("I HAVE THE COCKER SPANIEL!") and tried to melt my sister's d ... More >>
Edwin GoeiName: Nabisco Oreo SoftCookies Origin: Japan Found at: Mitsuwa Marketplace, Costa Mesa Cost: $4.99 Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Canola & Palm Oil, Sugar, Lactose, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Cocoa Powder, Trehalose, Skim Milk Powder, Corn Starch, Egg, Cacao Mass, Salt, Sorbitol, Leav ... More >>
Photo by Edwin GoeiName: Chic Choc Origin: Korea Found at: Freshia, Tustin Cost: $2.50
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