Recent Examples of fortune cookie from the Web
Neither date has much to do with the snack in question, which isn’t that authentic to begin with: The modern version of the fortune cookie was created in the early 1900’s in California — not China.
New Fat Rice pastry chef Elaine Townsend and co-owner Adrienne Lo reveal a Chinese New Year special: giant Cards Against Humanity fortune cookies.
The Sweetheart's predecessor was a candy scallop shell that held a paper messages inside, similar to a fortune cookie.
There are fortune cookies, the all-knowing tags on your tea, your quirky older neighbor, inspirational quotes on Pinterest, and your therapist.
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FORTUNE COOKIE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fortune cookie for English Language Learners
: a thin cookie served in Chinese restaurants that contains a slip of paper on which a message (such as a prediction about your future) is printed
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