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Joe Froggers

Joe Froggers

Molasses-spice cookies date back to the Colonial era, but this variation with rum in the batter comes from Marblehead, Massachusetts. Locals say Joe Froggers cookies are named after Joseph Brown, a free African American man who served in the Revolutionary War and opened a tavern in town. Brown's wife, Lucretia Brown, did the cooking, and these cookies, made in an... View Recipe »

40 votes, 3.85 avg. rating (77% score)

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Joe Froggers

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