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CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES!!!
OMG! How many times have you had chocolate chip cookies and milk? I can say that it has been many many many times! I`ve bought them and baked them. I crave them. They are my favorite cookie.
Did you ever stop to wonder who invented them? Well...
One day in 1930, Ruth Wakefield was baking up a batch of Butter Drop Do cookies for her inn guests. The recipe called for melted chocolate, but Wakefield had run out. She took a Nestle chocolate bar, crumbled it into pieces and threw it into her batter, expecting the chocolate pieces to melt during baking. Instead, the chocolate held its shape, and the chocolate chip cookie was born.
In 1939, Nestle began selling Nestle Toll House Real Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels. The Wakefield cookie recipe was printed on the back of the package; in exchange, Ruth Wakefield received free chocolate for life.