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April 10, 2007

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I used to think there was a distinct difference between rainbow cookies and the Italian tricolore. It may be just different names in New York for the same thing. A great tricolor has a strong almond paste taste, a thick (but not too thick) coating of semisweet chocolate on top and the sweet accents of the apricot and raspberry jam. It's moist, yet dense.

Mrs. SC

I can buy the etymological argument for calling three-layered versions of these cookies tricolore after their historical origins. However, a four-layered version of the "rainbow cookie" is just that. 4 != 3. Nobody would create a four-cornered jam-filled cookie and call it a "hamentashen" based on historical similarity. Absent three corners, it may be tasty, but it is simply not a hamentashen. Likewise, Beverlywood's rainbow cookies are delicious, but "tricolors" they are not!

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