Let’s face it, cookies are delicious. On this website, however, you won’t find many.

Some of the plug-ins have enabled a cookie or two behind the scenes, so you can do things like share what you like on social media and sign in to comment here. But we don’t collect data for commercial purposes and we don’t share anything with third parties unless you provide the infor­mation yourself. 

Cookies are for eating, you see.

(Disclaimer: your humble non-techie webmaster knows as much about the intri­cacies of web design as an amoeba. Okay, maybe a tiny bit more… If there are cookies on this site that we’re unaware of and that fly in the face of the state­ments above, please let me know.)

Fun fact

The English word cookie entered the English language through American English as early as 1703. It is a loan word based on the Dutch koekje, which in turn is the diminutive form of koek or cake. So a cookie is a “little cake”.

Fast forward almost three centuries and you’ll see the English word cookie reenter the Dutch language in its modern web-based incar­nation. In 1998, to be exact. It’s the revenge of the Little Cake Monster!

• • •

Image credit: Leigh Patrick (source)