"How to make famous Toll House Cookies"

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HOW TO MAKE FAMOUS TOLL HOUSE COOKIES 1 From the famous Toll House Inn at Whitman, Massachusetts, comes this recipe for cookies that are taking the country by storm. You never tasted such a heavenly combination of flavors . . . each bite with a delicious morsel of Nestle's Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chocolate and a nugget of walnut meat in it. And it's so easy if you follow this tested recipe. Try it tomorrow. 24 eupa Sour 1 teaspoon rait 1 cup butter i eup brown raw 4 eup granulated sugar t eggs, beaten whole 1 teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon hot water 1 cup chopped nntt 2 Nestle's Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet Semi-Sweet Economy Bars (7 01 ea.) 1 teaspoon vanilla important: Cut the Nestle's Semi-' Semi-' Semi-' Sweet in pieces the size of a pea. Cream butter and add sugars and beaten egg. Dissolve soda in the hot water nd mix alternately with the flour lifted with the salt. Lastly add the chopped nuts and the pieces of semi-Bweet semi-Bweet semi-Bweet chocolate. Flavor with the vanilla vanilla and drop half teaspoons on a greased cookie sheet Bake 10 to 12 minutes in a 375" F. oven. Makes 100 rookies. Every one will be surprised und delighted to find that the chocolate chocolate does not melt. Insist on Nestle's Bemi-Sweet Bemi-Sweet Bemi-Sweet Chocolate in the Yellow IVrap, there is no substitute. I This unusual recipe and manv ethers can be found in Mrs. Ruth Wakefield's Cook Book "Toll House Tried and True Recipes," on s?.!e at ftll book stores. 1

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  1. The Evening News,
  2. 14 May 1940, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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