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Monday, December 11, 2017


1. Bit the bullet, make the investment, buy a KitchenAid mixer. It's worth it. You can buy used, online or off a swap sites, but the full investment is worth it. They last 20-30 years. If you get it use it. The mixer removes all human error. Think about what our great grandmothers could have done, if they'd just set the mixer for ten minutes for perfectly churned butter every time. They would have had a lot more time.

2. Chill your dough in the refrigerator for at least 20 minutes. One reason that's a good, is that it gives you time to warm-up the oven.

3. Use a cookie dough scoop. It insures that all the cookies are uniform and look the same, and they cook evenly. 

4. Dough cooks best when it's cooked on parchment paper. 
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