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Tuesday, April 14, 2020

A spicy new cookie collab between Hunger Street and Gideon's hits Orlando streets, and an Orlando baker gives back

Posted By on Tue, Apr 14, 2020 at 4:20 PM

click to enlarge Mexican Chocolate Chip Cookie - HUNGER STREET TACOS
  • Hunger Street Tacos
  • Mexican Chocolate Chip Cookie
Hunger Street Tacos and Gideon's Bakehouse have collaborated on an exclusive "Mexican chocolate chip" cookie fusing the sweet crunch of Mexican stone-ground chocolate with the flavors (and impressive heft) of Gideon's classic chocolate chip cookie. It's available for a limited time (while supplies last) with your Hunger Street order.

click to enlarge CASSANDRA PLAS
  • Cassandra Plas
In other cookie news, local stroopwaffel queen Cassandra Plas of Gezellig Cookies is sewing masks for restaurants and food purveyors who are making and delivering food in the Orlando area. Send her a direct message on Instagram @gezelligcookies if you're interested in snagging one.

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