According to KTVK, Scottsdale resident Penny Rickhoff has kept the heart-shaped dessert in a jewelry box since it was passed down by her mother — who saved it as a memento of her first love. The family heirloom even bears the name of her mom’s then-boyfriend, Bus, in icing.
“People back then, shoot, didn’t have a lot of money. So you bake a cookie, what else can you do?,” Rickhoff said. “It’s a lucky cookie, as I say.”
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