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Sunday
Dec262010

Sweetness on the Fly: Hope's Country Fresh Cookies, Denver Airport, Colorado

True: we were only in Denver for about an hour, on a flight layover on our way to the magical land otherwise known as New Jersey.

But we still found time for some sweetness.

It was delivered by way of a sprinkle-topped sugar cookie from Hope's Country Fresh Cookies, a sweet spot nestled in Concourse A. 

I am not going to lie to you. This wasn't a life-changing cookie. It was a solidly decent cookie, of the ilk of the sturdy sort you'd find at a deli or grocery store, but with a fuller, more buttery flavor. 

But on an airport layover, when time and food choices were at a premium, this cookie was just what we needed.

Hope's Country Fresh Cookies, Concourse A, Denver Airport.

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Reader Comments (4)

It's virtually impossible to find decent food in an airport so definitely a fantastic find! And how fabulous that you only had a 1 hour layover! With all the flight chaos going on all over the US, I'm so glad your flights weren't totally out of whack ...
December 26 | Unregistered CommenterAnne-Marie
It was not that great because it is a frozen dough ball...sure it might have real butter and no preservatives, but it IS a frozen dough ball...nothing truely beats a home made cookie!
December 27 | Unregistered CommenterLiz S
When I was in college I would visit the original Hope's Cookies in Bryn Mawr, PA. Those cookies are amazing.

I've since had the "Hope's Cookies" at the ballpark and they were nothing alike.

I occasionally order Hope's Cookies from their website, and they are still pretty good. But nothing beats walking down to Peace-a-Pizza and Hope's and getting a slice of baked potato pizza and chasing it with a white Russian cookie.
December 27 | Unregistered CommenterQuiana
Yummy! That's really a mouth watering stuff.
December 28 | Unregistered CommenterJustin Perry

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