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  Salon.com Life | Mallomar memories
Mallomars -- Papa cookies -- were pretty much the only connection I had to my grandpa.
Therefore, says Nabisco, "Mallomars are an enrobed product." They're just s'mores, like you make at cookouts.
Seventy percent of all Mallomars sold are sold in metropolitan New York.
archive.salon.com /mwt/sust/2001/02/27/mallomars/index.html   (456 words)

The overall Mallomars were each about 3/4-inch thick, and there were 18 cookies in the box, which seemed like a pretty generous number of cookies for this size box.
"Mallomars were created by Nabisco in 1913 and first sold to a grocer in West Hoboken, NJ.
More than 70% of all Mallomars sales are generated in the shadow of the Big Apple."...
www.taquitos.net /cookies/Mallomars   (0 words)

  Mallomars Information
Mallomars are a kind of cookie in the marshmallow sandwich genre, produced seasonally at Nabisco.
Mallomars were introduced to the public in 1913, the same year as the Moon Pie (a confection which has similar ingredients).
Seventy percent of all Mallomars sold are sold in metropolitan New York, and a majority of the rest are sold in outliers such as Miami and Los Angeles, which have large populations of expat New York Jews.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Mallomars   (819 words)

Mallomars are a cookie in the marshmallow sandwich genre, produced seasonally at Nabisco.
Mallomars are not made available during the heat of summer.
Mallomars feature in a moment of When Harry Met Sally (1989): Harry, all forlorn, watches TV on New Year's eve with a box of Mallomars.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/m/ma/mallomars.html   (431 words)

 Mallomars - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
Mallomars are a cookie in the marshmallow sandwich genre, produced seasonally at Nabisco.
It's a New York market: seventy percent of all Mallomars sold are sold in metropolitan New York, and a majority of the rest are sold in outliers such as Miami and Los Angeles.
Mallomars feature in a moment of When Harry Met Sally (1989): Harry, all forlorn, watches TV on New Year's eve with a box of Mallomars.
www.music.us /education/M/Mallomars.htm   (655 words)

 Biting into cookie nostalgia » PopMatters | News and Commentary | PopWire
Mallomars’ glossy dark chocolate dome - which resembles a mushroom cap about 2 inches in diameter - apparently would wilt if exposed to warm temperatures.
More than 70 percent of all Mallomars are sold in the New York metropolitan area, according to Kraft, which is the parent company of Nabisco, creator of the cookie in 1913.
Stolz added, “Mallomars, the cookie of youth, is also the cookie of my future - linking me to my parents - reminding each fall that, despite the end of baseball season, life goes on, God is good, and a simple cookie will once again bring great joy.
www.popmatters.com /pm/news/article/7458/biting-into-cookie-nostalgia   (1191 words)

 The Mallomar.
It's imperative that the Mallomar is not cracked when the box is opened, or the crunch is deflected and becomes merely a thwarted thud.
For the impatient Mallomar fanatic, a fast bite of all three parts simultaneously results in a rush of integrated flavors flooding the taste buds simultaneously.
Eater number one enjoys the Mallomar in three to four bites and it's gone forever; Eater number two separates the Graham cracker base and eats that first, followed by the remaining chocolate-covered marshmallow which can be eaten either right-side up or down.
www.texasescapes.com /MaggieVanOstrand/The-Mallomar.htm   (1183 words)

 The New York Times Agency: NY MALLOMARS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mallomars are not a year-round delicacy, not even in the New York area, where 70 percent of Mallomars are sold.
Mallomars return to supermarket shelves in the fall after a warm-weather break.
Unlike crossword puzzles, which also made their debut in 1913, Mallomars have not undergone a name change.
nytimesagency.com /preview/NTA2005120773245   (126 words)

 reveries.com :: marketing insights + ideas » Blog Archive » Mallomars!
But the real 21st-century mystery about Mallomars (which were introduced in 1913 and haven’t changed since) is why they are available only in the fall and winter.
The official answer is that Kraft, the Mallomars manufacturer, says the cookies —; basically a “beret-shaped marshmallow sitting atop a vanilla cookie” —; go soft in hot weather.
Mallomars actually were first created in New Jersey, but they’re now made by Kraft up in Toronto — but only September through March.
www.reveries.com /?p=248   (363 words)

 Obsidian Wings: Mallomars: Good Or Evil?
Mallomars, being made primarily of corn syrup, could be the key to all of our transportation-energy needs.
Seriously, the Mallomars of my childhood were covered in luscious chocolate that would melt if you looked at it funny.
Shammai says, mallomars are kosher, yet they mix different substances and contain gelatin, thus misleading the unwary into thinking these things are generally permissible under the law.
obsidianwings.blogs.com /obsidian_wings/2006/05/mallomars_good_.html   (5544 words)

 Roadfood.com Forums - Mallomars
Beside the fact that they're mostly sugar, they were expensive, as a package of mallomars held maybe 20 cookies in a carboard (later plastic) tray compared to a big boxful of loose cookies.
I read somewhere that Mallomars are only distributed to certain areas like New York, New England, and even then only shipped during cooler months.
I figure living here in NOLA either the climate was too warm, or there wasn't enough interest in them, and they were more expensive than most of the usual cookines including Pinwheels, which not the same, do give me some comfort.
roadfood.com /Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=15899   (583 words)

 The Cookie That Comes Out in the Cold - New York Times
But Mallomars have only 110 calories a serving - and a serving of Mallomars, according to the "nutrition facts" box on the carton, is not one but two cookies.
Two Mallomars have 12 grams of sugar and 35 milligrams of sodium.
An article on Thursday about the return of Mallomars cookies to supermarket shelves for the fall and winter misstated the publication date of the novel "She's Come Undone," whose protagonist consumes great quantities of Mallomars.
www.nytimes.com /2005/12/08/nyregion/08cookie.html?ex=1291698000&en=43c5e1a925ebcf5e&ei=5088&partner=rssnyt&emc=rss   (1010 words)

 Bridge and Tunnel Club Blog: Le Mallomaraise
Kraft, whose Nabisco division markets Mallomars, says the first buyer was a grocer in West Hoboken, which was consolidated to form Union City in 1925.
Their New York-area roots are the reason Mallomars sales are so heavily concentrated in the Northeast, said Laurie Guzzinati, a spokeswoman for Kraft.
To keep Mallomars from going soft in warm weather, the factory halts production in March and resumes in September, but it takes time for them to make it to store shelves.
www.bridgeandtunnelclub.com /blog/archives/2005/12/le_mallomaraise.html   (510 words)

 mmmm....Mallomars! [Archive] - rhythmism
There are those who say that Mallomars fans just don't want to share that first bite of the season, a bite "so fresh it would crunch," said Jodi Gray Kahn, an English teacher at Great Neck North High School on Long Island.
If there is something vaguely quaint about Mallomars because they are available only during certain seasons, there is also something venerable.
Nowadays Mallomars are a nine-letter clue for the word addictive.
www.rhythmism.com /forum/archive/index.php/t-31642.html   (875 words)

 Why can't they make Malomars year round - General Chowhounding Topics - Chowhound
as far as i know, those mallomar marshamallows are not kosher, so if they are marketing to a jewish population then they are leaving out a segment of folks who will only eat kosher food.
Mallomars are very similar to the traditional Israeli confection Krembos.
Where there are Mallomars, the nearest box of My-T-Fine is certainly not far away, likely on the shelf next to the Swee-Touch-Nee Tea.
www.chowhound.com /topics/336041   (1254 words)

 Nabisco Mallomars Cookies Pure Chocolate, 8 oz | The Best!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I only allow myself one box a year since they are so expensive (not to mention unhealthy), but I invariably finish the whole box within two days.
Mallomars have been my favorite cookie since I was a little girl.
I'd always look forward to fall because that's when Mallomars would be back on grocery store shelves.
www.this-is-great.com /info/xbfffasxdxybxe   (280 words)

 Monica's Mallomars - By Emily Yoffe - Slate Magazine
She's unable to sleep, breaks down in crying jags, and is plagued by death threats.
As a result, she says, "My only solace comes from eating." An "insider" tells the publication about the dietary habits of the former intern: "She can go through a box of Mallomars in one sitting and then have a dish of Häagen Dazs ice cream to top it off.
She'll order a large pizza and say she's going to split it with someone, but she'll eat the whole pizza, plus half a loaf of garlic bread.
www.slate.com /id/10351   (1329 words)

 Mallomar memories - Salon
Most of the Mallomars not sold in New York are sold in California and Florida, which is to say Los Angeles and Miami, which is to say places New Yorkers congregate after leaving New York, which is to say Jews, because Christians don't congregate.
There must have been Mallomars around when I was little because I grew up in Los Angeles, and Mama, who with Papa had congregated, shopped at Gelson's, where lots of other New Yorkers shopped.
A Mallomar, so small, is still a two-, even a three-bite cookie.
dir.salon.com /story/mwt/sust/2001/02/27/mallomars/?pn=2   (524 words)

 Shanghai Yummy: Mallomars   (Site not responding. Last check: )
If you have never experienced the sweet, holy, pure goodness that is the Mallomar, you have not yet lived.
This Nabisco product proudly proclaims on the back of the new packging, that more than 70% of Mallomars sales are generated in the shadow of the Big Apple.
I still have never had one, but on my travels around the net I have noticed that mallomars are chocolate covered marshmallows on a base of some description.
www.jetlin.com /blog/archives/2003/12/28T072210   (577 words)

 Where on earth do you buy Mallomars? | Matthew Alice | www.sdreader.com
Had no idea that dropping the Mallomar name would be a life-changing event.
The magikal Mallomar is only a rumor in some parts of the country.
Kraft Foods, the owners of Nabisco, makers of the marvelous Mallomar, are in Chicago.
www.sdreader.com /php/ma_show.php?id=102   (646 words)

 Extreme Chocolate
Mallomars: Why Many Chocoholics Can't Wait Until October
When Mallomars make their appearance, consumers stock their freezers
Continue reading Mallomars: Why Many Chocoholics Can't Wait Until October.
www.extremechocolate.com   (1056 words)

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