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The Cookie

The cookie. Small, delectable, perfect. Not out-of-a-package cookies with unpronounceable ingredients. Warm, homemade cookies. Butter. Brown sugar. Chocolate. I’ve rounded up some of my all-time faves, the ones that you find on my kitchen table most often. Bliss.

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Tate’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

Tate’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

Adapted from Tate’s recipe, the best, simplest chocolate chip cookie, we bake ours a few minutes less, keeping them chewy in the middle.

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Katie Lee Joel’s Dark Chocolate Chunk & Dried Cherry Cookies

Katie Lee Joel’s Dark Chocolate Chunk & Dried Cherry Cookies

The summer before last, a mutual friend brought the lovely Katie Lee Joel and her husband William over for dinner. Much to my delight, she brought a fresh batch of these cookies with her. I adore the contrast of the dark chocolate and the cherries—heaven.

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Evi’s Vanillekipferl

Evi’s Vanillekipferl

Gwyneth’s neighbor in London, Evi, shares a very old and secret Viennese cookie recipe. We dare you not to eat them all in one day.

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Chef Kate’s Blondies

Chef Kate’s Blondies

This recipe has to be the least healthy ever to be included in goop. Butter and sugar GALORE but you know, you only live once. I didn’t even really know how good a blondie could be until I tried this one.

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