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Best Chocolate Cookies EVER! And pro tips for better baking.

I’ve been away from blog posts… super busy with new responsibilities at work which have me quite satisfied but not cooking as much. I am going to try and post more frequently… especially if I can figure a way to do quick posts from my iPhone/iPad since I’m travelling almost every week. If you have good ideas, please leave them in the comments section. I have the WordPress app but it dosen’t format the posts correctly. I’d love to pose my instagram feed but not sure if that works.

Anyway, enough about me- on to some food. Tis the season to make cookies. I thought I’d share with you some tips on how to read and execute a cookie recipe. Along the way I’ll share a recipe that was shared with me by a friend’s mom. These chocolate cookies are un-real. They have a lightly crisp exterior and a moist, almost fudge like interior… It’s a cookie that you don’t so much taste as you EXPERIENCE it…

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Check out the recipe after the jump.

Modernist Cuisine at Home

I’ve heard a lot of questions about the newest offering from Nathan Myrvold and team, Modernist Cuisine at Home. A few people have asked me, “I already have Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking, should I buy the new, mini version?” 0r, “Are the recipes in there really attainable for the average home cook?”

Last month, the Modernist Cuisine team was nice enough to grant me a reviewer copy of the new book. Cutting to the chase, it’s every bit as exciting as “the big book”- breathtaking pictures, great recipes, ideas, techniques, and information. Speaking of pictures: here’s one of my favorites:

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I’ll first say, that it is not a scaled down version of the 5 Volume Modernist Cuisine tomb. It would, make a great companion to the big set if you already own it. If you don’t own the big set, Modernist Cuisine at Home will suffice for a while, but overall, it will make you want the full set even more.