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I would like to thank Sue from Small World for passing along this information.UPDATE: It appears that the Disney Parks Moms Panel acknowledged the Micky Mail service in a January 2015 Q&A.As kitchen technology improved in the early 1900s, most notably in the ability to regulate oven temperature, America's repertoire of cookie recipes grew." ---Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America, Andrew F.Smith editor [Oxford University Press: New York] 2004, Volume 1 (p. "Leavened crackers had been made as early as 1800, but not until compressed yeast became available about 1870 their production was not attempted on a large scale.These cooks lightened and enriched the paste mixtures with eggs, butter and cream and sweetened them with fruit, honey and finally--when the food became widely available in the late Middle Ages--with sugar...Luxurious cakes and pastries in large and small versions were well known in the Persian empire of the Seventh Century A. With the Muslim invasion of Spain, then the Crusades and the developing spice trade, the cooking techniques and ingredients of Arabia spread into Northern Europe.
By the end of the 14th Century, one could buy little filled wafers on the streets of Paris...
They were baked as special treats because the cost of sweeteners and the amount of time and labor required for preparation.
The most popular of these early cookies still retain their prize status.
Renaissance cookbooks were rich in cookie recipes, and by the 17th Century, cookies were common-place." "The term [cookie] first appeared in print as long ago as 1703." ---The Oxford Companion to Food, Alan Davidson [Oxford University Press: Oxford] (page 212).
"During the seventeeth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries most cookies were made in home kitchens.