tollhouse cookie

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toll′house cook′ie


n.
a crisp cookie containing bits of chocolate and sometimes chopped nuts.
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tollhouse cookie

- Named after the Toll House in Whitman, Massachusetts, the source of the recipe.
See also related terms for recipe.
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