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Like politics, black and white cookies inspire heated conversation, compassion, and displays of personal identity. So when you slap edible imprints of the two presidential candidates on the cookie, you've got yourself a controversial little food. If you think about it too hard, maybe it becomes racially insensitive, but stylistically, it's pretty impressive. The food coloring ink on rice paper looks so real (minus the huge crease running down each face).
How does it taste? To make a metaphor with politicians—it looks good on the shelf, and fun to hype up, but in the end, pretty dry and predictable.
The cookies are available for $3.25 at Zaro's Bakery (multiple locations).
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