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Monday, March 5, 2012

Cookies in The Shape of Pirates -- or Your Face

Posted By on Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 9:00 AM

Parker's Crazy Cookies' Pirate Collection. - TAMARA PALMER
  • Tamara Palmer
  • Parker's Crazy Cookies' Pirate Collection.
Based in Hayward, Parker's Crazy Cookies sells vanilla-flavored cookies around the Bay Area (here's a list of retailers). Parker's sells a wide variety of cookie themes representing holidays, religion (Star of David), politics (Barack Obama), and even the Golden Gate Bridge. We're partial to the treasure chests, parrots, and swashbucklers in the pirate collection.

The cool twist with this company is that they'll create a custom collection of whatever you like (within reason, we assume). Submit a logo or photo via the website, and you'll be able to eat your cookie design within a few weeks.

Parker's cookie people don't feature a super wide range of facial expressions, but they can nail little identifying features like glasses or curly hair. The products are a little bit on the dry side and taste like a slightly healthier version of Animal Crackers. But we're still having fun thinking about who we would like to immortalize in cookie form.

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