Everyone loves cookies, but it's not easy to make cookies at home that taste and look as good as a bakery-made cookies.
Learn to make cookies at home that taste— and look—as good as any you’ll find in a bakery.
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After testing 40 variations, we discover how to
make a thick, chewy gourmet shop cookie at home.
How does baking soda work and how should I use it?
The key to a peanutty cookie that is crisp on the
edges and chewy in the center? Chunky commercial
peanut butter and an extra hit of roasted, salted
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