Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies

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2007/03/05 00:07:36 (permalink)

Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies

OK, what's up with these cookies? I can't find them anywhere. I checked the Pepperidge Farm website, and they're still listed, but my local stores don't carry them any longer. They do, however, have about six gazzilion types of Milanos. Does anyone else eat these, and can you still find them in your local stores?
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    BelleReve
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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/06 18:45:59 (permalink)
    Those are one of my favorites - I just passed on them the other day, cause like potato chips - I just can't eat one, they are soo addictive - Our local Sav A Center, which is part of the A&P chain carries them.
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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/06 22:27:45 (permalink)
    They and Brussels are my favorites. A couple of the chain groceries here only carry the Milanos , but the rest(Kroger, Giant Eagle, Walmart) all carry the full line.
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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/07 00:28:41 (permalink)
    Thanks - good to know that they're still available. I'll just have to look further afield, I guess.

    BelleReve, I have the same problem, so I used to get the Minis because I could eat a bunch of them and feel like I was getting a lot - but I wasn't really.
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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/13 20:33:39 (permalink)
    Motherrobyn, thanks for the info, I'll be sure to look, didn't know there were Bordeaux minis - reminds me of those Bluebell mini ice cream sandwiches and cones - so small ... having two can't possibly hurt?
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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/14 14:23:49 (permalink)
    I have the same problem with the nantuckets,

    I can find 5 versions of milano, and everything with macadamias but no regular chunk nantucketts

    I have a gallon of milk and no cookie to dunk in it

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    motherrobyn
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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/14 18:21:43 (permalink)
    BelleReve - I think that six of the minis add up to one regular. Seems like a lot, when you're eating them.

    CajunKing, I sympathize...I see so many Milanos that I don't even want to try them - they just annoy me, LOL.
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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/15 12:43:56 (permalink)
    Bordeaux are my all-time favorite store bought cookie.

    They are still stocking our local grocery shelves with them, thank goodness.
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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/15 19:32:25 (permalink)
    Wherever you live, ChopChop, I might have to move there...
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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/15 20:27:19 (permalink)
    Bordeaux, my favorite! I don't have a problem finding them in the bigger grocery stores. Why don't you try a pepperidge farm outlet.
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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/15 20:36:51 (permalink)
    Wal-Mart Super Store has them

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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/18 15:56:32 (permalink)
    Great information here, oddly enough, our WalMart Superstore is very limited and only carries the Milanos, and the "entertainment pack" with several varities.

    CajunKing - I don't know about the dunking, but if I couldn't find the Bordeaux's I'd have to go to Plan B and get Pinwheels.
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    RE: Pepperidge Farm Bordeaux cookies 2007/03/20 02:08:36 (permalink)
    Well, it must be a regional thing. I will expand my search. Thanks, all!
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