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Oreo Cookies
12-09-2013, 07:57 PM,
#1
Oreo Cookies
Fun Facts:

The <b>"Oreo Biscuit"</b> was first developed and produced by the National Biscuit Company (today known as Nabisco) in 1912[2][3] at its Chelsea factory in New York City, which was located on Ninth Avenue between 15th and 16th Streets.[4] Today, this same block of Ninth Avenue is known as "Oreo Way."[4] The name Oreo was first trademarked on March 14, 1912.[5] It was launched as an imitation of the Hydrox cookie manufactured by Sunshine company, introduced in 1908.[6]

The original design of the cookie featured a wreath around the edge of the cookie and the name "OREO" in the center.[7] In the United States, they were sold for 25 cents a pound in novelty cans with clear glass tops.

<b>The Oreo Biscuit was renamed in 1921, to "Oreo Sandwich."</b>[8] A new design for the cookie was introduced in 1924.[7] A lemon-filled variety was available briefly during the 1920s, but was discontinued.[7]

<b>In 1948, the Oreo Sandwich was renamed the "Oreo Creme Sandwich";</b> it was changed in 1974 to the Oreo Chocolate Sandwich Cookie.[8] The modern-day Oreo design was developed in 1952 by William A. Turnier,[9] to include the Nabisco logo.

The modern Oreo cookie filling was developed by Nabisco's principal food scientist, Sam Porcello.[4][10] Porcello held five patents directly related to his work on the Oreo.[10] He also created a line of Oreo cookies covered in dark chocolate and white chocolate.[4][10] Porcello retired from Nabisco in 1993.[4]



<b>The origin of the name Oreo is unknown, but there are many theories, including derivations from the French word 'Or', meaning gold (as early packaging was gold), or the Greek word 'Oreo', meaning beautiful, nice or well done</b>.[8] Others believe that the cookie was named Oreo because it was short and easy to pronounce
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12-11-2013, 03:04 PM,
#2
Oreo Cookies


<div class="bbcode_quote_head">Quote:
<b>Quote from tralou2you on December 9, 2013, 7:57 pm</b>

Fun Facts:

The <b>"Oreo Biscuit"</b> was first developed and produced by the National Biscuit Company (today known as Nabisco) in 1912[2][3] at its Chelsea factory in New York City, which was located on Ninth Avenue between 15th and 16th Streets.[4] Today, this same block of Ninth Avenue is known as "Oreo Way."[4] The name Oreo was first trademarked on March 14, 1912.[5] It was launched as an imitation of the Hydrox cookie manufactured by Sunshine company, introduced in 1908.[6]

The original design of the cookie featured a wreath around the edge of the cookie and the name "OREO" in the center.[7] In the United States, they were sold for 25 cents a pound in novelty cans with clear glass tops.

<b>The Oreo Biscuit was renamed in 1921, to "Oreo Sandwich."</b>[8] A new design for the cookie was introduced in 1924.[7] A lemon-filled variety was available briefly during the 1920s, but was discontinued.[7]

<b>In 1948, the Oreo Sandwich was renamed the "Oreo Creme Sandwich";</b> it was changed in 1974 to the Oreo Chocolate Sandwich Cookie.[8] The modern-day Oreo design was developed in 1952 by William A. Turnier,[9] to include the Nabisco logo.

The modern Oreo cookie filling was developed by Nabisco's principal food scientist, Sam Porcello.[4][10] Porcello held five patents directly related to his work on the Oreo.[10] He also created a line of Oreo cookies covered in dark chocolate and white chocolate.[4][10] Porcello retired from Nabisco in 1993.[4]



<b>The origin of the name Oreo is unknown, but there are many theories, including derivations from the French word 'Or', meaning gold (as early packaging was gold), or the Greek word 'Oreo', meaning beautiful, nice or well done</b>.[8] Others believe that the cookie was named Oreo because it was short and easy to pronounce
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LOL! Tralou, I have a good friend from Perth, Australia that eats those things like there's no tomorrow! It's pretty funny the way he chants that song when he's snacking on them - " o reee o, OOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHoooooooohhhhhhh, o reee o, OOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHooooooohhhhhh!!!! Wink Wink
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04-20-2016, 01:28 PM,
#3
RE: Oreo Cookies
(12-11-2013, 03:04 PM)NTMI Wrote: <div class="bbcode_quote_head">Quote:
<b>Quote from tralou2you on December 9, 2013, 7:57 pm</b>

Fun Facts:

The <b>"Oreo Biscuit"</b> was first developed and produced by the National Biscuit Company (today known as Nabisco) in 1912[2][3] at its Chelsea factory in New York City, which was located on Ninth Avenue between 15th and 16th Streets.[4] Today, this same block of Ninth Avenue is known as "Oreo Way."[4] The name Oreo was first trademarked on March 14, 1912.[5] It was launched as an imitation of the Hydrox cookie manufactured by Sunshine company, introduced in 1908.[6]

The original design of the cookie featured a wreath around the edge of the cookie and the name "OREO" in the center.[7] In the United States, they were sold for 25 cents a pound in novelty cans with clear glass tops.

<b>The Oreo Biscuit was renamed in 1921, to "Oreo Sandwich."</b>[8] A new design for the cookie was introduced in 1924.[7] A lemon-filled variety was available briefly during the 1920s, but was discontinued.[7]

<b>In 1948, the Oreo Sandwich was renamed the "Oreo Creme Sandwich";</b> it was changed in 1974 to the Oreo Chocolate Sandwich Cookie.[8] The modern-day Oreo design was developed in 1952 by William A. Turnier,[9] to include the Nabisco logo.

The modern Oreo cookie filling was developed by Nabisco's principal food scientist, Sam Porcello.[4][10] Porcello held five patents directly related to his work on the Oreo.[10] He also created a line of Oreo cookies covered in dark chocolate and white chocolate.[4][10] Porcello retired from Nabisco in 1993.[4]



<b>The origin of the name Oreo is unknown, but there are many theories, including derivations from the French word 'Or', meaning gold (as early packaging was gold), or the Greek word 'Oreo', meaning beautiful, nice or well done</b>.[8] Others believe that the cookie was named Oreo because it was short and easy to pronounce
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LOL! Tralou, I have a good friend from Perth, Australia that eats those things like there's no tomorrow! It's pretty funny the way he chants that song when he's snacking on them - " o reee o, OOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHoooooooohhhhhhh, o reee o, OOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHooooooohhhhhh!!!! Wink Wink

I came across Oreo in my research just in last 2 days, mind reminding me in a pm? I'll reciprocate 4x fold.
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12-21-2016, 02:16 AM,
#4
RE: Oreo Cookies
Oreo has been one of my favorite cookies for most of my life (I'm 66).

After I read that FF had advised searchers to "bring a sandwich", I decided that bringing some
Oreo creme sandwiches would qualify. So that's what I did. Haven't yet found the TC, but
did enjoy the Oreos.

By the way, I believe that his specific use of the word "sandwich" was a (small) hint related to where the TC is . . . bolstering my confidence in my solve.

Good luck to all searchers.
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12-21-2016, 10:57 AM,
#5
RE: Oreo Cookies
Red tea, black tea with oreos, green tea.
"O" re "O"
Where else has he mentioned Oreos?

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