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Black and white cookies

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Does anyone know where, if anywhere, one can buy black and white cookies in the Boston area? I've looked at at various delis and bakeries with no luck.

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  1. Lyndell's. Ball Square, Somerville.

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    1. re: finlero

      best ones in boston, IMHO--they're something of an obsession for me-- are at Kupel's bagels in Brookline. I think their hours are observant-Jewish, in other words, closed Friday nite and Sat. all day. But they're great.

      1. re: finlero

        Lyndell's has incredibly DEEP black and whites, with the frosting about 1" higher than the cookie (cake?) itself. Definitely need a tall black coffee to wash it down, but what a treat!

        1. re: finlero

          I'll put another vote in for Lyndell's. Heavenly!

        2. I've seen them at some of the bakery stalls at Quincy Market. Not sure how they taste though.

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          1. re: KitchenAid

            Anyone had the ones at Quincy Market? I saw some that had frosting piled an inch high, they looked really decadent, but I was so stuffed from Durgin Park that I bypassed all the chocolates, cookies, and gelato. I'd love to know if they're as good as they look.

          2. Most NYC-like ones I have had are from Mike's in the North End.

            1. I've seen them at Royal Pastry, Cambridge Street, Cambridge.

              1. Costco sells a tub of about 20 for for 6 or 7 dollars, and the're not bad about 2 inchs in size.