Week 2- 3. Chocolate chip cookies

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Mistakes that Worked! Chocolate Chip Cookies

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George Washington never tasted one. Neither did Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, nor Mark Twain. Unfortunately they died before the chocolate chip cookie was invented.

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Thanks to Ruth Wakefield, chocolate chip cookies were invented in 1930 and are available all over america today.

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Wakefield did not plan to invent a cookie that would become the country’s favorite. She was busy with the chores of running the Toll House Inn, located on the toll road between Boston and New Bedford Massachusetts.

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While mixing a batch of cookies Wakefield discovered she was out of bakers chocolate. As a substitute she broke some semi-sweetened chocolate into small bits and added them to the dough. She expected the chocolate bits to melt and the dough to absorb them, producing chocolate cookies.

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When she removed the pan from the oven, Wakefield was surprised. The chocolate had not melted into the dough, and her cookies were not chocolate cookies. Wakefield had accidentally invented the chocolate chip cookie.

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They were named Toll House cookies after Ruth Wakefield’s inn and are the most popular variety in America today. Estimates seven billion chocolate chip cookies are consumed annually, and half the cookies baked in American homes are chocolate chip.

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These popular treats have even provided full time jobs; some vendors sell nothing but chocolate chip cookies.

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Jeopardy! Cookie Characters Ruth Wakefield Brands 100 100 1 0 0 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500

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He is a citizen of Sesame Street whose favorite letter is “C” Answer

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This mischievous character is often seen around christmas time. Answer

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These friendly little guys spend their time baking cookies in a giant tree. Answer

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This character in Nickelodeons Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide is Ned’s best friend and local techie. Answer

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In the Cartoon Network television series, Adventure Time , this character tries to hold hostages in exchange for Princess Bubblegum’s crown. Answer

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Ruth Wakefield worked in this inn Answer

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What ingredient was Ruth Wakefield missing when she made her chocolate chip cookies? Answer

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What was Ruth Wakefield’s job? Answer

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What kind of cookies were Ruth Wakefield trying to make? Answer

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What two towns did the Toll House Inn lie between? Answer

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This cookie brand has a dough boy as their mascot. Answer

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This company is famous for sandwiching their creamy filling between two chocolate cookies and is sometimes called “milks favorite cookie” Answer

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This company specializes only in cookies and is often seen in malls and food courts Answer

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This brand of bake-at-home cookies is named after the Inn where Ruth Wakefield worked Answer

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This brand is the maker of Milano cookies Answer

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Cookie Monster

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Gingerbread Man

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The Keebler Elves

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Cookie

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Princess Cookie

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The Toll House Inn

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Baker’s Chocolate

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Inn Keeper

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Chocolate Cookies

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Boston and New Bedford

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Pillsbury

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Oreo

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Mrs. Fields

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Tollhouse

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Pepperidge Farm

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Adapted from “Mistakes that Worked,” by Charlotte Foltz Jones. Jones, Charlotte Foltz., and John O'Brien. Mistakes That Worked . New York: Doubleday, 1991. Print.