2 days before the greatest day of my life...my 6th birthday party at Showbiz Pizza in Joliet!! WOW! I'm not sure they're the best store cookie in Chicago or not but it's hard to argue with a newspaper article with no other proof than the name of the paper and it's type Comment posted by Galagafleetcommander on Friday, September 5th 2008 at 1:28pm.
Matt's Cookies were sold at one point by the Aldi grocery store chain,
but now they sell their own cookies through the Grandessa label. Comment posted by Wgn9 on Friday, September 5th 2008 at 3:18pm.
that's right WGN9. My Grandfather a hardcore Aldi shopper often had a bag or two lying around. They weren't bad at all but I've had better cookies Comment posted by Galagafleetcommander on Friday, September 5th 2008 at 3:31pm.
Cookies so big, you have to grab them with your entire hand !
(note to self: give marketing another bushel of cash as a bonus) Comment posted by AbeFroman on Monday, September 8th 2008 at 1:09pm.
I once received a pack of Matt's Cookie's as giveaway after being in the audience of the Bozo show. They are the best store bought chocolate cookies around. They even taste better after ten seconds in the Mircowave. Yum! Comment posted by michaeljchicago on Wednesday, September 10th 2008 at 7:28pm.
They still are the best cookies now. Comment posted by bigtuna34 on Wednesday, September 24th 2008 at 3:39pm.
I love those kind of cookies! My mom buys them for me whenever she goes to the store. Comment posted by ChitownTVFan on Wednesday, September 24th 2008 at 6:02pm.
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I remember Lou Antonio from an awful Monkees-inspired movie "The Phynx." Odd 'comedy' film with an all-star cast, including Richard Pryor, Colonel Sanders, the Bowery Boys, James Brown, Dick Clark, Ed Sullivan, the Lone Ranger and Tonto, and several others, mostly from the old days of Hollywood.
Actually, I don't recall seeing this package on KABC. A few other markets that did use it though include stations in Philadelphia (WPVI-TV) and Baltimore (WJZ-TV). Some of you might also remember seeing the first 5 seconds of this clip as part of Entertainment Tonight's opening intro back in 1982.