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National Cookie Day

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Parth Joshi
Chocolate Chip Cookies

On Monday, both foodies and those with a sweet tooth will gather to celebrate one of the most delightful delectables of our day: the cookie.

National Cookie Day was started unofficially in 1976, when the television program Sesame Street included the new holiday on its calendar on November 26 (with Cookie Monster being introduced four years later). Twelve years later, in an effort to boost sales during the festive season, Matt Nader of the San Francisco-based Blue Chip Cookie Company set a new date to celebrate the occasion: December 4.

For the last thirty-six years, National Cookie Day has become even more prominent in popular culture. Every December 4th, restaurants and food chains will offer unique deals only available on that day. At Jimmy John’s, Freaky Fast Rewards members will be able to have free cookies and Potbelly customers will receive a free cookie with the purchase of an entree. Finally, Subway has launched the footlong cookie and is offering a buy one footlong sandwich, get one footlong cookie deal. This deal is only at certain locations, with the closest one to Hinsdale South being in Chicago at 604 S. Wabash Ave. So don’t wait to bake or buy that next batch of snickerdoodle, chocolate chip, or oatmeal raisin and enjoy National Cookie Day!

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Parth Joshi
Parth Joshi, Editor-in-Chief
  Senior Parth Joshi is currently serving as an Editor-in-Chief of Stinger. This is his third year as a member of Stinger, having previously served as a Sports Editor and staff writer. He is also part of Scholastic Bowl, Math Team, National Honor Society, Boys Tennis, and more. Parth enjoys traveling, long walks in nature, and going to the gym.  

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