Graham Cracker

The graham cracker (/ˈɡræm/, /ˈɡreɪm/, or /ˈɡreɪ.əm/; also graham wafer) was invented in 1829 in Bound Brook, New Jersey, by Presbyterian minister Sylvester Graham. The original graham cracker was made with graham flour, a combination of finely-ground unbleached-wheat flour with the wheat bran and germ coarsely-ground and added back in providing flavor. While graham crackers started out as a mild food, unsweetened or mildly sweetened, they are more commonly known as a sugar and/or honey sweetened baked good that approaches a cookie (or, in international English, biscuit).
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  • Honey Maid celebrates the modern American family, again

    The traditional idea of the family is increasingly just that: a traditional idea. Honey Maid knows that, and it really, really wants its customers to know it knows. The newest spot by the graham cracker brand, the latest in an ongoing campaign, features a real-life “blended family” comprising divorced and remarried parents and their stepchildren yesterday.

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