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    Graves Wakefield. Her contribution to the world: the chocolate chip cookie. One day in the 1930s, Mrs. Wakefield, an owner of the Toll House Inn, in Whitman, Mass., 23 miles south of Boston, was busy baking in her kitchen. Depending on which of the many legends you subscribe to, the fateful moment may have happened when a bar of Nestlé semisweet chocolate jittered off a high shelf, fell into an industrial mixer below,…

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    A gooey, melty nourish-your-soul goodness pastry is call the chocolate chip cookie. The chocolate chip cookie was actually made by accident, A girl named Chef Ruth Graves Wake field owned a bakery named Toll House Inn. One day Ruth was making her famous Chocolate Butter Drop Do cookies, but she discovered that she was out of baker's chocolate so Ruth then chopped up a block of Nestle chocolate, Ruth expected the chocolate to melt and disperse through the cookie dough as regular baking chocolate…

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    recipes to choose from in the cookbook Eat Right for Less: Nutrition on a Budget, but I chose to prepare two recipes first was Banana Bread Oatmeal (page 16) and second is Chewy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies (page 60). This paper will conduct a study with the objectives of time, cost, environmental impact and nutritional differences of cooking at home vs. ordering the same food at a restaurant. Let the journey begin! The number one complaint Americans face is there is just not enough time in…

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    From the aroma of the kitchen to the delicious cookies coming out of the oven, homemade Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies have been a favorite for many years. Around the 1930s, Ruth Graves Wakefield created the Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie. Throughout her early years of life before her creation in 1924, she had received her diploma of household arts from Framingham State University. Until 1930, she lectured on different types of food and was a dietician. After her career, her and her…

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    thoughts Alison should be put up for adoption, Anne left that suffocating small town, with only her boyfriend, her daughter, and their love. They settled into a larger town than the one they left. She became a waitress and he, a mechanic. They worked long hours and were given little pay but they were happy and healthy, and the was enough for them. Alison, after a few years, was going into 2nd grade. She was excited because she didn’t have that many friends. While her parents worked, she mostly…

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    Medford, I grew up aware of the fact that I wasn’t as similar as my classmates around me. By the time I had been old enough to understand this, I had already received subtle hints and jokes that referred to my race. It didn’t bother me then, until I was aware of the assumptions that came with it. In the summer before 2nd grade, the most talked about event was “Sign Up Day”. It was a day in which we could go and choose our extracurricular activities for the summer, including sports teams.…

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    in which we both lived. What was unique as I observed him was that he was always delivering homemade cookies. I was a reporter at the local newspaper and I thought he might have a story to tell. I parked behind him one fall day as he was delivering cookies to employees at a bank. When he returned to his vehicle I struck up a conversation. Our conversations continued over pots of coffee. Jim was 50 when I was born. He was widowed. He had children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was…

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    felt better than just lying on my bed with my snowman. After a year went by, I was finally able to make real friends, but so I no longer felt a need to have Eugene. Finally, having friends and still seeing my grandmother almost every day, I felt that I was too old for Eugene, so I packed him away in the attic. That was until one of the worst days of my life happened. One of the biggest events in my life Eugene has gotten me through was the passing of my grandmother, Eleanor, whom I had a very…

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    “Nursing is one of the fine arts: I almost said the finest of arts.” -Florence Nightingale We sat down and her purse got its own seat. Kate was wearing a gorgeous smelling perfume that filled our area. The table was full of lunch foods and two chocolate chip cookies. The first 20 minutes of our meeting was purely catching up. We chatted about our days and mutual friends. Her phone rang and that brought our attention to the purpose of the meeting, which was the interview. I learned so much…

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    game—oh wait—most likely, there is. Trophies continue to be handed out in activity after activity in today's society, winner or not. If participation trophies become too dominant in every win/lose situation, our nation will soon not recognize the feeling of loss. Losing will turn into a medical condition that needs to be quickly treated with a roll of chocolate…

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