Cookie Fix + Icebox Coffee
Cookie Fix is my new obsession. These melt-in-your-mouth treats are found in downtown Homewood, Alabama. You can pick up fresh baked cookies or their "dough to-go" packages Monday through Saturday. Might I warn you though, these are dangerous. Amy Jason, the owner and creator of Cookie Fix, has been baking for years. She said, "The story of Cookie Fix is as old as the love of family, because that is where I learned about the magic of creating and sharing sweets." I think that is why food becomes so important to us, because most recipes and smells tie us back to family memories. Now, Cookie Fix is doing just as their motto says, "Share some cookies, spread some smiles, and “Taste and see that the Lord is good.” Psalms 34:8. I am giving away a dozen freshly baked cookies and a "dough to-go" package of my favorite, chocolate chip!
Icebox Coffee is based in Birmingham, Alabama and is unlike any coffee I've had before. I have to be honest, I am addicted to coffee and you probably shouldn't talk to me until I've had my first cup. I tried Icebox Coffee for the first time a few summers ago at Pepper Place Market. Oh, was it good! "In 2012, with a 5 gallon bucket and a bag of coffee, Bebe Goodrich set out to bring the rich, cold brewed coffee she grew up drinking in New Orleans to her new community in Birmingham, Alabama." Boy did she succeed! Icebox Coffee has taken Birmingham by storm and to celebrate I am giving away my two favorite flavors, The New Orleans Style and The Magic City Mocha.