Oregon’s cookie is chocolate to the max: chocolate shortbread with bittersweet chocolate chunks, dipped in more bittersweet chocolate and sprinkled with sea salt and chopped hazelnuts.
Chocolate, like so many foods, encompasses a wide range of specimens that vary considerably in quality and price. While there’s nothing wrong with tearing open the iconic dark brown packaging of that Hershey’s milk chocolate bar from time to time, sometimes something a little more special is called for. Wander into almost any conventional supermarket, […]
Nevada’s cookie is a peanut butter oatmeal cookie loaded with colorful M&Ms and chocolate chips.
Missouri’s cookie is a simple butter-free chocolate chip cookie with the earthy crunch of chopped walnuts.
Mississippi’s cookie is an ooey gooey chocolate and marshmallow frosted chocolate cookie with chocolate chips.
Massachusetts’ cookie has a vanilla blancmange sandwiched between two cake-like vanilla cookies, the top smeared with chocolate ganache and sprinkled with rainbow nonpareils.
Maryland’s cookie is a cake-like vanilla cookie slathered with a layer of fudge as thick as the cookie itself.
Kentucky’s cookie imitates its famous Derby Pie, with chunks of dark chocolate, crunchy chopped pecans, and a hint of bourbon.
Illinois’ cookie is a simple vegan drop cookie chock-full of chocolate chips and coconut.
Idaho’s cookie is sweet and savory shortbread with walnuts, chocolate chips, and potato chips.