Sample text for The 47 best chocolate chip cookies in the world : the recipes that won the National Chocolate Chip Cookie Contest / by Larry and Honey Zisman.
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Choclate chip cookies are a true American delicacy: at the Toll House restaurant near Boston, Ruth Wakefield invented the very first "toll house" cookies with chopped-up bits of a Nestle's choclate bar. Originally inspired by a contest to find the best cookies in the nation, The 47 Best Chocolate Chip Cookies in the World spans the kitchens of America from Muskegon, Michigan to Costa Mesa, California--and includes delectable tidbits of cookie lore (did you know that Napoleon always carried chocolate into battle with him for quick energy?). The only thing better than this book is a box of chocolate chip cookies! Chocolate Chip and Macadamia Nuts, Bavarian Mint Chippers, Almond Chip Drops, Italian Chocolate Chip Cookies, Choclate Chip Pizza, Sweet and Wholewheat Cookies, and More!
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Chocolate chip cookies