It’s always a big day in our house when we order our boxes of Girl Scout cookies. We don’t eat a ton of institutional peanut butter or store-bought cookies in our house, so we hadn’t been terribly concerned about the latest salmonella outbreak, but when news came today clearing our beloved Caramel De-Lites (formerly known as Samoas), we all cheered!
Despite some worried calls to local leaders around the country, apparently this season’s Girl Scout cookie sales have not been dented by the salmonella scare, nor even by the nation’s crumbling economy. Some things really are too big to fail.
In related news, Girl Scouts thin mint cookies are, despite an oversight in the labeling process, kosher.
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