Cookie Essays

  • Sugar Cookie

    1181 Words  | 3 Pages

    across the kitchen to a cabinet standing high on my tippy toes because the protruding countertop makes the cabinet hard to reach. In this cabinet, I find the flour and sugar. I examine all of the goods on the island. The ingredients needed for a sugar cookie recipe, I have made countless times for the last five years. I peer into the living room adjacent to the kitchen where I find my five year old brother, Gabriel, playing with a few Power Rangers on the carpet. “Do you want to make cookies?” I ask

  • The Cookie Conspiracy

    770 Words  | 2 Pages

    The Cookie Conspiracy 	A place of eternal happiness, so it seems. Though looks can be decieving, we have never seen this place. It is a place we have only heard of, heard of the positive things, heard of nothing but good and fuzzy stuff. But beneath the blanket of the fake, lies the real side of this hellish port. A conspiracy so huge on it's own people that it is truly unfathimable to us as humans. I am talking about the Cookieland Government and the genocide they are performing on it's

  • Creative Writing: Chocolate Chip Cookie

    657 Words  | 2 Pages

    Don’t do it. Don’t you dare eat that cookie, I chastised myself. It’s over 140 calories, contains at least five grams of fat, and chock full of carbohydrates—probably not trash you need in your body (but). But, I reasoned with myself, you want a taste…one cookie won’t sabotage your diet. And just one excuse later, I had become a goner. I frantically ripped open the blue, crinkly package of Betty Crocker’s Chocolate Chip Cookie and proceeded to take an enormous bite. The mouthwatering aroma that

  • Cookies: The Advantages And Limitations Of Cookie Scenarios

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    A tiny bit of text assist requests and pages as they go between the Web server and browser is called a cookie. The information that can be read by the web application will be checked by the cookie whenever the site is being visited by the user. Scenarios Cookies provide a means for Web applications to store user-specific information. It is stored with the help of cookies. For example, when a user visits a site, to store user preferences or other information, that site can use cookies. When the same

  • Cooking With Cookie Monster And Swedish Chef

    902 Words  | 2 Pages

    with Cookie Monster and Swedish Chef There's only one Person that can fly and cook. That one person is Michael Jordan. Michael Jordan is 6’6” he is bald, he has a mustache, he is African American, and he loves basketball. Michael Jordan was sitting on his couch one day with his dog watching basketball (Bulls). When he heard

  • Chocolate Chip Cookie report

    794 Words  | 2 Pages

    Best Chocolate Chip Cookie The delicious smell of chocolate chip cookies is known to everyone across the nation. Americans thrive on deserts and chocolate chip cookies happen to be one of the many favorites. As there are many different types of deserts, there are also many different brands of chocolate chip cookies. Most Americans have their own preferences about which chocolate chip cookie they consider the best. I made it my goal to go out an find the best chocolate chip cookie by surveying people

  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Effects

    834 Words  | 2 Pages

    different effects and affect a cookie in different ways. How baking soda and baking powder affect a cookie can be all explained with Chemistry. By adding these certain ingredients, adding a certain amount, and depending on the other ingredients, it will all affect the outcome of the appearance (sometimes even the taste) of a cookie. Baking Soda and Baking Powder Baking soda and baking powder are both ingredients that are added to cookies to enhance the baking process of a cookie and affect the product

  • Mastering Grandma's Monster Cookie Recipe

    1040 Words  | 3 Pages

    Have you ever wondered how to make a warm, delicious monster cookie to quench your hankering for dessert? Now you will know how to fix that problem. In order to make the cookies to perfection you will need to follow the steps listed below. I learned to make these monster cookies from my grandma. She taught me all the steps and showed me exactly what to do to make the best monster cookies. Before you even begin to mix the dough to have the best success you will want to check and make sure that you

  • Comparison Between Frisbee And The Cookie-Tin School

    910 Words  | 2 Pages

    prototype all over Eli's campus. These early throwers would exclaim "Frisbee" to signal the catcher. And well they might, for a tin Frisbee is something else again to catch.”. “The Cookie-Tin School. Now the cookie tin people agree on these details save one: they insist that the true, original prototype was the cookie-tin lid that held in the goodness of Frisbee's sugar cookies.” (history of Frisbee, WFDW).

  • Ways To Carve Cakes, Core Cupcakes And Cut Cookie Dough

    699 Words  | 2 Pages

    How to Carve Cakes, Core Cupcakes and Cut Cookie Dough It's fairly common knowledge that professional bakers carry a good bread knife in their kit, but many also include several other knives in their arsenal. In order to create decorative cakes and cookies, experienced bakers include a boning knife and a paring knife in their kitchen knife set. How to Carve a Cake There are several different ways to carve cakes whether you're crafting a tiered layered cake or you have an intricate design in mind

  • Six Flags Commercial Essay

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    Oreo Cookie and Six Flags Commercials - Nostalgia for Sale Many television commercials choose to feature a contrast between youth and maturity as their subject. An “Oreo Cookie” commercial, for example, features a little girl who is about four years old mimicking her grandfather’s actions in eating a cookie. Another commercial advertises the popular theme park, Six Flags Great Adventure. This commercial, entitled “The Six Flags Dancing Man,” features an elderly man dancing like an enthusiastic

  • Process Essay: How To Make Gingerbread Cookies

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    mixing the ingredients in as well as a baking sheet for your gingerbread men. An electric mixer is helpful to get the job done quicker, but if you do not have one it is not the end of the world. Mixing by hand works just as well. A gingerbread man cookie cutter will also be needed for making the cookies. Furthermore, you need to gather flour, baking

  • Passion Project Research Paper

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    For my passion project I made cookies, but not just any cookies, I made cotton candy cookie. There were many ups and a downs while making these cookies, but they all payed off in the end. I learned many things during this passion project. For example I learned why I wanted to make these cookies, I made three of my own recipes and learned some really cool facts! When I was searching for a passion project, I knew I wanted to bake. So, I spent time on the internet searching for something to bake. Then

  • How To Make Chocolate Chip Cookies

    573 Words  | 2 Pages

    purpose flour, baking soda, salt, butter, granulated sugar,brown sugar ( dark brown or light ), vanilla extract, eggs, chocolate chip morsels. Second thing is get an area ready. You need to make measuring cups and measuring spoons. don’t forget your cookie sheet and spatula to get cookies off when you get out of the oven. make sure to preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Now its time to mix your ingredients

  • My Amazing Grandfather (Grandpa)

    629 Words  | 2 Pages

    worked in a steel mill for another twenty years. He stopped working only because the steel mill closed and he was too old to find another job. When I was with Grandpa, I could be a child and yet see things through grown-up eyes. "You see that tree, Cookie," he would say. "That tree was here before those houses. God put that tree there; man put the houses. Which is more beautiful?" If I climbed a tree, he didn't say, "Get down." He said, "Climb it right so you won't fall." "You appreciate what you

  • An Exposition on Peanut Butter Cookies

    538 Words  | 2 Pages

    they were a complete flap because they were dry and crunchy, too moist and crumbly, or perhaps they had a terrible taste? Well, I have discovered this cool new recipe and I have never failed at making them. Have no fear, the ultimate peanut butter cookie recipe is here. We will need the following ingredients: 1c. of brown sugar, 1c. of white sugar, 1c. of margarine or butter, 1c. of peanut butter, 2 large eggs, 1 tsp. of baking soda, 1/4 tsp. of salt, 2 tsp. of vanilla, 3 cups of flour, and 1/2

  • Personal Narrative - Renewed Love for My Sister

    1263 Words  | 3 Pages

    crowds of people that were walking by us. I could taste the stench in the air. "Let’s get up and walk around. The Cookie Guy said it would take thirty minutes or so." We’d ordered a cookie for my mom who had just had knee surgery. The "Cookie Guy" in question was a good-looking, nice guy who had helped us. It was more than a little strange to tell him that I wanted a giant cookie that said, "We love you, Mommy!" I thought about telling him to write something like, "Welcome back from the state pen

  • Down to Earth Cookies Your Mother Once Made

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    Throughout the process their focus on making their mother’s cookies had shown a commitment on their mother’s behalf without using the preservatives or additional additives in making the cookie delicious. DEC produced a sufficient procedure that created value with a focal point in delivering a soft moist cookie for the consumer’s taste-buds which was so full of flavor. In the midst of the necessities that they intended to have for the company’s success they began a process which gained customary

  • Freaky Friday

    742 Words  | 2 Pages

    uptight mother. One night, while the warring mother and daughter are at a Chinese restaurant, their fighting is overheard by an elderly Chinese grandmother who curses a fortune cookie, so that the angry mother and daughter will wake up the next morning in each other's bodies. Due to accepting and ingesting the fortune cookie, both Tess and Anna are there by forced to live in each other’s bodies for the day, in which it just so happens to be the day of Tess’s rehearsal dinner and Anna’s band audition

  • Weigh Loss Myths

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    should only eat healthy foods. Fact: Although it is important to include healthy foods in your diet, we all like a variety of foods and we live in a society where food is abundant. When you tell yourself you can't have a certain food, such as a cookie, you feel a sense of deprivation. Eventually, you will rebel against the deprivation and eat more cookies than your body needs. While you may feel out of control, this is a normal reaction to restricting foods. Positive Step: Keep all foods