Word has it (or at least Wikipedia has it) that brownies were created in the kitchen of Chicago’s Palmer House Hotel during the 1893 Columbian Exposition when Mrs. Bertha Palmer requested the chef make a “ladies dessert” that would be easier to eat than a piece of pie and smaller serving than a slice of layer cake.
All I know is that this strange invention may just rival the Internet in terms of social and societal impact. (Yes the Internet!)
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