Cookie Essays

  • Cookie Disaster: A Short Story

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    Cookie Disaster The smell of sugar, butter, and eggs surrounded me as I mixed ingredients into the large ruby red mixer. The sound of sugar rubbing against the metal mixing bowl filled the room. I saw the little white cloud come out of the mixer, as I poured in the flour. My grandma walked into the house, just as I started to scoop the cookie dough batter onto the baking sheets. “Oh, those look amazing!” She exclaimed. “Thanks!” I replied. “Those are going to taste great!” “I hope so, I have worked

  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Research

    635 Words  | 3 Pages

    A chocolate chip cookie is a childhood favorite treat because of its chewy, gooey chocolate interior and its crispy exterior. As the cookie dough bakes in the oven, delicious smells waft through the kitchen and the baker can tell that the cookies are baked to perfection. However, when someone is a child, he/she does not realize the science behind a perfect chocolate chip cookie. Each ingredient in a cookie or any other baked item has a specific purpose. Bakers are like chemists because a baker needs

  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Chocolate Chip Cookie

    1571 Words  | 7 Pages

    many others, the chocolate chip cookie brings back memories from my childhood. One of my favorites is running into my grandmother’s house after chasing my dogs around outside and being greeted by the warmth and aroma of freshly baked cookies in the oven. Even nowadays, when I enter her house, the sweet smell fills the air and I leave any bitterness, frustration, or sadness that I may have at the door. All across the Internet, there are many chocolate chip cookie recipes that claim to have perfected

  • Gate 4-A By Naomi Shihab Nye Analysis

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    In the personal narrative poem “Gate 4-A,” written by Naomi Shihab Nye, the narrator goes to the aid of an elderly Palestinian woman in the Albuquerque Airport, who is in worriment and distress. The Palestinian woman doesn’t understand English and becomes hysterical when she thinks that her flight for an important medical treatment was cancelled altogether. The theme of “Gate 4-A” is that compassion and kindness are contagious; they spread while making the world a happier place, little

  • Personal Narrative: Chocolate Chip Cookies

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    went just as well with chlorine. It would not surprise me if the Toll House is the Number One cookie that servicemen and women crave the most when they are overseas. When I lived in the Netherlands and tried to get my friends to put chunks of chocolate in their cookie dough without melting it first — well, that was just wrong! My mom used to love to tell me the story about how Ruth Wakefield invented the cookie in 1930 at her Toll House Inn. My mom grew up in down the road from the inn located in Whitman

  • Chocolate Chip Cookies

    662 Words  | 3 Pages

    of cooking cookies! But that won’t be explained. This will teach you how to make a batch of chocolate chip cookies. This essay will tell you all the materials, steps to mixing, and baking that will need to be done to make the perfect chocolate chip cookie. The materials you will need to start. There are many different materials that you will use to make ingredients. There are dishes, utensils,dry ingredients, and wet ingredients.You will need to have 2 bowls one for the mixing and putting together

  • Cookie Definitions

    413 Words  | 2 Pages

    And after all, is there anyone who doesn 't love a Cookie? Demi: This French word means, quite simply, “small”. It’s also the first name of the popular movie star, Demi Moore. Choose this one for your toy breed female or any tiny pooch. Diva: Independent, stubborn, and a bit snobby, you will have to earn

  • Eating Snacks During Class Hours Essay

    878 Words  | 4 Pages

    Should Students be allowed to eat during class hours? Eating snacks during class hours is one of the few causes of occurring problems to teachers and some students who is not in favor of this. Generation by generation, our working force and time is being changed; including in academics, there’s a lot of work to do off and in school especially to students. Whereas in our history there is still enough time for taking snacks before and after class, where in today there are factors in which taking snacks

  • Maggie Stiefvater's Shiver Characters

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    Maggie Stiefvater 's, "Shiver", was an " Indies Choice Book Finalist", in the "Amazon Top Ten Books For Teens", and in the " Barnes and Nobel 2009 Top Twenty Books For Teens" to only name a few. This book focuses on the saying "love never dies" . Being attacked by a pack of wolves is traumatizing. In this book that is very evident. Grace Brisbane is a senior in high school with an interesting past, she is both one of the two main characters. It takes place in present day Mercy Falls, Minnesota In

  • Super Vanilla Cream Boi Short Story

    1064 Words  | 5 Pages

    The extremely white and extremely wealthy Super Vanilla Cream Boi was walking down Cookie Dough Cheesecake Avenue of Cloud Land on a bright summer day. Cloud Land was a very diverse town, and it was split down the middle by this street, Cookie Dough Cheesecake Avenue. Cloud Land had a very rich part of town where everyone, including the white-suit adoring, orange-haired Super Vanilla Cream Boi, drove fancy cars such as shiny, red Lamborghinis or creamy, white Rolls Royces’ and lived in fancy white

  • Cookie Monster Analysis

    1022 Words  | 5 Pages

    In this episode, Cookie Monster begins the show by singing about his day, and how he thinks he will get treats and cookies. Cookie Monster joins Gordon and Sidney who are using cookies to learn about patterns, and run out of cookies to get more. They tell Cookie Monster not to eat their cookies because they need it for their game. Cookie Monster avoids eating the cookies, looks away from them, and says he won’t be eating the cookies even though he really wants to, but doesn’t notice when a mysterious

  • Baking Cookies: Annotated Bibliography

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    Annotated bibliography Baking cookie Garrick S., (2012, July 21), How do I make cookies that are soft and chewy? Retrieved Abstract: This source is credible because it's written by the expert of cookie maker, which have 20 questions and answers and this website is world wild which it follow at the end by .com. This article described when the author tries to bake cookie and he found that his cookie was too dry and not chewy

  • Fortune Cookie Analysis

    411 Words  | 2 Pages

    Fortune Cookie “Hope is a hop skip and jump away, hop to it.” The quote is trying to state that hope is technically all around but it is our job not only to find it but to go after it to make it a reality. I also believe to obtain this hope you must work hard to find it. Hope is the thing that keeps humans, me moving in times of adversity, sorrow and even happiness. I believe there is hope in this world for hope is in the small things you do like prepare for the next day , go to school and even

  • Personal Narrative: Preschool For Me

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    My heart was repaired later that day, thanks to my mom giving me ice cream. Chocolate chip cookie dough to be exact. I felt even worse about going to kindergarten. I wish that I could just stay back with all of my friends. I felt alone, like I would always be alone and have no friends. At the time, I dreamed that Sam and I would always be together

  • Personal Narrative: Crumpled Cookies

    885 Words  | 4 Pages

    the recipe is describing. I thought, “Who cares?” and mixed it a bit more with my hand-held electric mixer. I decided to let the dough sit, and grease my cookie sheets to prepare for the oven. I set my sheets aside once fully greased, and started rolling my dough balls in the cinnamon-sugar mixture, placing them gently on the cookie sheets. I was excited about my snickerdoodles and how tasty they would turn out to be so that I could share them with my friends and family. I gently opened

  • The Fortune Cookie Film Analysis

    1965 Words  | 8 Pages

    The Fortune Cookie Many films that Billy Wilder wrote and directed reflected the American society through sex and marriage, but in his 1966 comedy, The Fortune Cookie, he showed American greed and the flaws of the civil legal system. With the emergence of independent production companies in the 1960’s came the demise of the Hollywood studio system. This allowed for more creative work and for the director to have more control. Wilder had the power to cast well known actor, Jack Lemmon, and a newbie

  • Cookie Monster-Personal Narrative

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    wearing that day. Without any warning, and with an intensity greater than any average four year old, my brother suddenly reached over and yanked out my favorite hair tie. I whined and cried because according to my rules, no one was allowed to touch Cookie Monster. Without any hesitation, I reached over and attempted to pull it out of his hands, but his grasp on the hair tie was stronger. With both our hands on the object, we began a more aggressive version of tug-of-war which involved prying off each

  • Analysis Of Pandora Spinnet's Cookie

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    Pandora Spinnet opens her fortune cookie and reads the following message: “Your life's in danger. Say nothing to anyone. You must leave the city immediately and never return. Repeat: Say nothing to anyone.” Pandora, startled, looked up from the fortune. She was expecting something along the lifes of, “Things aren’t always as they seem,” or “If it is seems fishy, then you are probably around fish.” Ordinary mainstream fortunes, but this? It seemed as the cookie was her own Professor Trelawney, the

  • Making Chocolate Chip Cookies

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    until the chips are spread out evenly, but be careful to not break your chocolate chips. Now that you have completed your dough you can start scooping it onto the two large baking sheets that you have. When you are to this point, you want to make your cookie dough into one inch balls or maybe a little bigger or smaller depending on how you like them. You want to space them around two inches apart on the baking sheets. When these steps are all complete, you can place them in the

  • A Smart Cookie Analysis

    656 Words  | 3 Pages

    One of the most painful emotions a person can experience is the feeling of regret. At any time, regret can can wash over someone, casting them into a vortex of misery that often leads to despondent depression and despair. In the vignette “A Smart Cookie”, Sandra Cisneros flawlessly captures the feeling of remorse that stems from naive and arrogant choices made as an adolescent or young adult, that can haunt our adult life for years on end. Cisneros employs strategies such as imagery to represent