Another blogger visiting Fort Wayne raved about the cookies of this city. This time, it wasn't the airport cookies that got the rave.
Read about the culinary delights of Fort Wayne found by a:
... a Korean-American chick going through that awkward foodie-toddler stage where I have just enough knowledge to accidentally kill myself with a dough hook but not quite enough knowledge to save my life with twine and turkey lacers. I try to explore cooking and baking while eating mostly healthy food and the rare (okay, okay, frequent) naughty treat.
She writes at her weblog Bon Appegeek:
So I went back to Indiana to visit friends, I claimed, but in reality I think went back for this iced sugar cookie from The Cookie Cottage. I don’t know what’s in it, and I’m not sure I want to know because it might require the use of powerfully addictive substances currently illegal under multiple state and federal statues. The cookie itself is a perfect combination of crisp and tender. The icing, a thin soft layer spread neatly over the top, has a tangy rich flavor laced, surprisingly, with a slight salty kick. It’s an astonishing combination. I’m glad I left Fort Wayne, because resisting this cookie while trying to lose weight would require a force of willpower that could rip a hole in the fabric of the universe.
She also praises the Munchie Emporium, the Dash In, Ziffles, The Acme, Henry's, Coney Island and an unnamed "government building" where she was served with what she claimed was the best French Toast she had ever eaten.
Can a Fort Wayne Observed reader help us? Is it the City-County Building cafeteria that is earning the rave review?