tollhouse cookie

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toll′house cook′ie


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

tollhouse cookie

- Named after the Toll House in Whitman, Massachusetts, the source of the recipe.
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The Bishops are grateful for everyone's gift of their own memories of Idathe recurring mention of Ida's legendary tollhouse cookies has brought them many smiles.
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dearest father xmas: will you bring me another 17 years you gave me my first tin star and my first tin wreath warm socks tangerines and a sloppy midnight kiss I left you tollhouse cookies.
With 157 crew-members serving just 208 guests, one of the highest crew-to-passenger ratios in the cruise industry, staff learn your name fast and remember that you like your scotch neat, can't sleep without three pillows, and prefer your teatime tollhouse cookies without nuts.
Since were a family of chocolate fans, I was particularly thrilled to perfect this cookie, which uses only a third of the sugar called for in Tollhouse cookies.
Our choices for dessert: Tollhouse cookies (40 cents each), the way I would like mine to taste - deep-dark rich and chewy