We in the south love a good legend; ever heard the one about Oatmeal Raisin Cookies? Supposedly, they’re the great-great-great grandchild of British oat cakes. These weren’t the dainty tea-time treats you remember from Downton Abbey. These were hearty: during wars, soldiers took oat cakes into battles to get energy. Somehow, those old-school energy bars evolved into the chewy, raisin-studded treats The Dish serves up today. We think they’re pretty great (our customers apparently think so too), but we’re not sure they’re going to make you fierce for battle. May we instead recommend a post-cookie nap?