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Old 11-10-2006, 12:41 AM
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classic chocolate chip cookies

well I have the perfect recipe for chocolat chip cookies. I can give it to you guys right now.........

mixing bowl: 1 cup of butter or margrine stir butter until creamy
mixing bowl: 3/4 cup of sugar and brown sugar stir in with butter
mixing bowl: 1 tsp of vanila stir in with sugar and butter
mixing bowl: 2 eggs mix with butter,sugar and vanila
seprate bowl: 2 1/4 cup of flour
seprate bowl: 1 tsp of baking soda stir in with flour
seprate bowl : 1/2 tsp of salt stir in with flour and baking soda
then mix it all in together. set oven to 375
cook cookies for ten to twelve minutes.

that was the recipe for the classic cookies that I make and everyone loves in my family. just they say that I make the to small. well whoever cooks them hope you like it.
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thanks slick! I am gonna print this out and try your recipe this year.
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Old 11-10-2006, 08:23 AM
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Thanks slick, looks like a weiner. I shall try it.
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Thanks slick, looks like a weiner. I shall try it.
hope so I learned cooking from my mom and kept working hard on it and learning new recipes. 8)
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Old 11-13-2006, 09:29 AM
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while making these do you eat the dough?
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Old 11-20-2006, 11:07 AM
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not all the time somtimes it makes me sick eating the dough. but my little sisters love the dough. I just make them and eat them.
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I've just searched for a chocolate chip cookie recipe and this was one that popped up. Is it just me or are there no chocolate chips in it????!!!!
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I'm with you, Maureen, I didn't see any chocolate chips!

Also - what is the difference in taste between "made with margarine" and "made with butter"?
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Speaking for Slick, I can tell you that chocolate chips in abundance are usually the order. We get him those big 15 pound bags at Costco to do the job. And it is all butter, the real deal.
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mmmm butter
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