Christine by xiaopangnv

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									CHOCOLATE
   CHIP
 COOKIES
  By: Christine
              T.
    George Washington never tasted one, neither did
    Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, nor Mark Twain.
    Unfortunately, they died before the chocolate chip
    cookie was invented. So, thankfully Ruth Wakefield
    invented them in 1930. She didn’t mean to make the
    chocolate chip cookie, but she was busy doing chores
    of running the Toll House Inn. Located on the Toll
    Road between Boston and Bedford Massachusetts.
    She was making her chocolate cookies, which was
    made out of chocolate dough. Then, she ran out of
    chocolate dough for the cookies. So, instead she
    made white dough and broke pieces of sweet and
    hard bits of chocolate hoping they would melt in, but
    when she opened the oven the chocolate bits didn’t
    melt. So, instead she sold those and they became
    America's favorite.
   George Washington never tasted one, neither did
    Abraham Lincoln, Mark Twain, nor Benjamin Franklin.
    Rosalina Wakefield was working at the Toll House
    Inn, located on the Toll Road between Boston and
    Bedford Massachusetts. She was baking her
    chocolate cookies when one of her daily customers
    walked in and wanted a new kind of cookie. So she
    stayed up all night baking and experimenting. She ran
    out of chocolate dough and all she had left to add to
    the batter was chocolate pieces. She made new
    dough and added the chocolate pieces and baked
    them. She finally finished the new cookie that her
    customer requested. When he came back and tried
    the cookie he loved it! He soon spread the word about
    the new delicious cookie. It soon became America’s
    favorite cookie.
    Thank you for reading!!!!
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