Ruth named her creation the Toll House cookie
, after her inn.
Wakefeld's discovery that the chocolate pieces softened but didn't melt, Nestl' says, eventually resulted in a partnership with Nestl' and the birth of the famous Toll House cookie
Of the two searches covered in the column, one involved a food poisoning scare with Nestle's refrigerated Toll House cookie
dough; the second involved finding a restaurant in Paris with a name ending "d'Argent" that had a famous pressed-duck dish on its menu.
<b>Below is a list of the Toll House cookie
dough products Nestle has recalled:</b>
The proposal of Massachusetts school children to name Boston Cream Pie the state dessert did not go uncontested; it had to beat out the Toll House Cookie
and Indian Pudding.
Not that America has ended its love affair with the Nestle Toll House Cookie
. To the contrary, it is still the nation's favorite.
or the big gun: a Nestle Toll House Cookie
Sandwich (540 calories and 11 grams of sat fat).
Wakefield's discovery that the chocolate pieces softened but didn't melt, Nestle says, eventually resulted in a partnership with Nestle and the birth of the famous Toll House cookie
Here's the first: The New York Times was carrying some articles warning people that Nestle's refrigerated Toll House cookie
dough was giving some consumers E.
Your consumers may be pursuing product that reaches beyond the familiar Toll House Cookie
, but you also have to contend with the fact that they know what to expect from a Toll House chip.
Dreyer's Bakersfield Operations Center currently supports 450 workers and churns out 90 different types of frozen snacks, including Drumstick, Nestle Crunch Bars, Push-Ups, Toll House Cookie
Sandwiches, and Carnation Ice Cream Sandwiches.
He found that adding a few ounces of his Dad's Jack Daniel's to his Mother's Toll House Cookie
dough brought him fame if not fortune.