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Can I promote a recipe from my blog for you? ;-)

http://whowantsseconds.typepad.com/who_wants_seconds/2005/08/oatmeal_chocola.html

I found your blog via Sew, Mama, Sew...and I'm so glad!

I just made biscotti last week, too...YOURS look so much better than that allrecipes photos with the chocolate smeared on top. I like to dip mine in chai!

Maybe you've made some cookies for your neighbors by now, but I still think you should try these!
http://anneandpaul.blogspot.com/2006/04/yu-um.html
They my all-time favorite cookies, though not quite an original choco-chip recipe. I believe it's from Martha S.

I've only commented once before, but wanted to share the best chocolate chip cookie recipe I've ever made. You can find it here: http://www.crisco.com/scripts/display_recipe.asp?recipe_nbr=1341
Add about 1/4 cup of extra flour and they'll look and taste like a cookie from a bakery. Enjoy. And Go Vols! for the big game tomorrow.

There is nothing like the standby Toll House Cookies...recipe on the back of the Nestle's bag. However, use better chocolate chips. I prefer Ghiradelli but the recipe on their bag calls for too much sugar so I use the Nestle recipe instead. And the secret is to take them out of the oven while they are still soft in the middle, not brown all over. Best chocolate chip cookies ever!

I remember the biscotti you used to make. I loved it and always wanted to try it myself. I have found that betty crocker has great cookies. They are in the baking asle, and come in pouches. I think it is bettey crocker. Anyways there is a double chocolate chunk cookier recipe that is a pain to make. Now you can just by the pouch, add the eggs and what ever else it is and bake.

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