May 1, 2008: chocolate chip cookies

Posted by Adam James on December 05, 2014 1 Comment

Two winters ago, on a cold November day when it was raining sideways and REALLY slow in the retail store, we started thinking about delicious fresh baked chocolate chip cookies. And so we started making them (from scratch!) to sell in the store. We make them with 1/2 wheat flour, 1/2 white flour, real butter, and real vanilla. They're real good. Granted, we probably sell most of them to the resident cookie monster, aka Adam the wholesale manager:

But they're also developing quite a following with the local crowd. In the words of one customer, "They taste like someone's mom made them."

Someone's mom.

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