So, as I was browsing her categories, and when I saw that she had made 73 different chocolate chip cookies I was drawn in to reading as many posts as I could. The one that caught my attention was her post on Gold Medal's Extraordinary Chocolate Chip Cookies. She found the recipe on the back of the package of flour, but you can also find it HERE.
The recipe was simple enough, and really nothing all that unusual about it. My usual recipe uses primarily brown sugar, while this one also uses granulated white sugar. As with Anna's cookies, mine also turned out a bit flatter. In spite of that, they were quite tasty and got a thumb's up from everyone in my house. We liked the crisp edges and soft centers, but I'm not sure that they will replace Martha Stewart's version that I made last year. These cookies held up well in an air-tight container for several days... but, I did freeze a majority of them so that I would keep nibbling each time I walked by!
If you haven't visited Anna's blog, please take some time and go visit. She shares some incredible baking recipes as well as useful baking tips.