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    Chip cookies

    Hi,

    I grabbed a pack of cookies which reads Real Chocolate Chip Cookies.
    Does chip cookies mean small cookies?

    P.S. Do you use a pack of cookies or something else?

    Thanks Alex

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    Re: Chip cookies

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexAD View Post
    I grabbed a pack of cookies which reads Real Chocolate Chip Cookies.
    Does chip cookies mean small cookies?
    No; they are cookies with chips of chocolate in them.

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    Re: Chip cookies

    It's a "package" of cookies. Or a bag or a box.

    Chocolate chip cookie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Chocolate chip cookies are arguably America's culinary gift to the world. Nothing like fresh, warm, gooey ones right out of the oven.

    And their "discovery" was an accident.

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