National Cookie Day
The cookie's origins are believed to have originated in Persia in the 7th century, shortly after the use of sugar became common in the area. They then migrated to Europe through Spain's Muslim conquest of Spain. Cookies were ubiquitous at all levels of society throughout Europe by the 14th century, from the royal cuisine to the street vendors.
Cookies were first introduced in America in the 17th century. Macaroons and gingerbread cookies were among the popular early American cookies.
Biscuit is the most common word for cookie in most English-speaking countries outside of North America. Both terms, cookies, and biscuits are used in certain regions.
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