Chocolate chip cookies with stuff.

Step 1:

Cream two room-temperature sticks of unsalted butter with a good amount (about 1.5c) brown sugar. A mixer is good, but a wooden spoon works too.
It's really nice. But today I in brandbagsales.com bought a bag. Pretty cheap
Yum Yum. I also love your word, "spatulate" I'm going to use that all the time now. Thanks!
II would love to have the recipe but page(s) did not have the complete recipe- like-how much flour-sugar, etc? Did I miss a page? Please get back to me, Thank you CCC
Ah, that's the thing about GOOD cooking: measurements are not needed. If you watch an old, or at least experienced, person cooking, you may notice that most (if not all) will ignore measurements a good percentage of the time and instead use their eyes and gut feeling to measure things. By doing this you make the recipe your own and thus you make it more special towards you. Of course, you could just take your standard cookie recipe and toy with the recipe so that it seems to match this lady's recipe. Have fun! :)
A recipe I used to make advocated running the oats through a blender, to render them more flour-like, although whole oats might provide an interesting texture, I suppose. Hafta try this sometime... By the way, that's a real boss-looking mixer you have there. I'll bet it doesn't even fling cookie dough shrapnel around the kitchen, like mine does...
nice kickenaid machine *cough* i have the same *cough*<br/>
When I make cookies, very little of the batter makes it to the oven :)
Holy God. I gained a pound and a half just reading the directions. Can't wait to try these.
My favorite bit !! ;o)

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