Food of the Eighties, Peek Freen Cookies
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My grandma always had these cookies around, there were a few different kinds, I remember the Strawberry Jam Thumbprint one the best and the song on the radio "Peek Freens are a very serious Cookie". I loved these, do they still make them ?
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Roiz - January 17, 2014 - Report this comment
I have not seen these in years! Do they still sell them? Not sure if it was a Dutch brand. Packaged in a rectangular shaped white paper box. Several varieties Tea biscuits, Arrow Root, Nice (rectangle short bread), and also the one with red jelly in the middle (round cookie). There were other ones too.
Charlie - March 07, 2014 - Report this comment
They are actually called Peek Frean with an a not an e. They originally came out in 1857 and are still available today!
Vanessa - May 28, 2015 - Report this comment
yes. in every grocery store in B.C., Canada at least and it's Peek Freans

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