“I rather do enjoy the taste of cookies, I find them quite divine.”
We love chocolate chip cookies. You love chocolate chip cookies. The person right next to you in the heavy winter coat and fingerless gloves loves chocolate chip cookies so much they’re eating one right now, which, Jesus Christ, how did they get into your office? How did security even let that happen? What’s the point in having a keycard if any random vagrant can just sneak in to eat baked goods messily over your own keyboard? Why do their gloves not have fingertips anyway, it does so much less to warm your fingers than regular gloves, they don’t need to use smart phones, and you’d have to imagine if anything fingerless gloves cost more than full ones? Man, all this thinking has really worn you out, you’d better recharge with a chocolate chip cookie and a tall glass of milk.
Chocolate chip cookies, just like everything else that is delicious and makes life worth living, is an American invention, adding yet again to the list of dishes that are actually more American than apple pie. And since you’re in the middle of a New-Year-resolution-shame diet while reading this, what better way to make you abandon your foolishness and intake a days’ worth of empty calories by emptying a Chips Ahoy! box than to show numerous pictures of deliciousness while regaling you with the storied history of an American treasure. The chocolate chip cookie.
A History of the Chocolate Chip Cookie