‘Thin Mints, the Rabbi Said, Are His Favorite Girl Scout Cookie’

News flash: The kosher-certification symbol was inadvertently omitted from boxes for Thin Mints Girl Scout cookies, leading to at least a little bit of confusion. This morsel of news comes to my attention not via Kosher Today, but rather from this Sunday’s New York Times, which devoted a whole news article to the tasty tidbit. And, yes, the text in the title of this post is taken verbatim from this odd little article in the newspaper of record.

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