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The Palmer House Hotel in Chicago, home of the world's first chocolate brownies Brownies became popular around the turn of the last century, when Bertha Palmer asked the chef at the the Palmer House Hotel in Chicago to create a cake-like dessert to be served in box lunches for ladies attending the 1893 Columbian Exposition.
Like Twinkies and Frango mints, brownies were born in our fair city. Credit goes to Bertha Palmer, wife of the Palmer House's original owner. Apparently the organizers of the famed World's
Book early and save at the legendary Palmer House Hilton hotel in downtown Chicago, Illinois, connecting you to State Street, Millennium Park, the Art Institute and more.
Who Invented the Brownie? BY Erin McCarthy. November 13, 2014. But there's no evidence the Palmer House desserts were called brownies, and just who first dubbed them that isn't clear.
the legendary brownie Take a Bite out of History Originated in the Palmer House pastry kitchen in 1893, for the Columbian Exposition World's Fair, Bertha Palmer charged the pastry chef to create something new and ta-dah the 1st brownie was made!