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Welcome to Angee's Kitchen. In here you will find recipes, tips, and other usuful thing that you would find in the kitchen. Enjoy your visit to Angee's Kitchen and happy cooking.

| Where did it come from? | The Cookie Recipe! |

The Story

An O.R. nurse (who shall remain nameless) at Sibley Hospital in Washington, D.C. read an ad for "Mrs. Field's Cookie Recipe" and decided to call the listed number. The person who answered said that yes, it was the authentic recipe. This person said there was a two-fifty charge. The nurse put it on her credit card, only to find that when her statement arrived, the price of this recipe wasn't $2.50, but $250.00!

Irate, she called the advertiser again and demanded a refund, but to no avail. The credit company claimed it couldn't help, either, because the price had truthfully been stated at "two-fifty." Because of this, the nurse promised the person on the phone that very day that she would see to it that the entire population of the North America, and possibly the world, would receive a copy of this recipe.

This recipe comes to you free of charge. As fair and due consideration, you are asked to distribute copies to all your friends, relatives, and enemies. It's a small price to pay for this truly expensive recipe!

- This recipe's original cost is $250.00 -

The Cookie Recipe

2 cups butter
2 cups sugar
2 cups brown sugar (L or D)

4 eggs
2 tsp. vanilla

Mix separately:
4 cups flour
5 cups oatmeal:
(put small amounts into blender until it turns to powder. Measure first, then blend.)
1 tsp. salt
2 tsp. baking powder
2 tsp. baking soda

Mix all ingredients. Add a 24 oz. bag of chocolate chips (or an 8 oz. grated Hershey bar) and 3 cups of chopped nuts of your choice. Cool the dough before baking.

Bake on ungreased cookie sheets. Place golf-ball-size cookies 2" apart, and bake at 375 degrees F. for 6 minutes.

NOTES: To make flatter cookies, flatten with a spatula after baking 5 minutes, then bake an additional 3-5 more minutes depending on your oven.

Cookies can be frozen; to thaw, microwave for 15 seconds.

Yields 100 to 115 cookies.


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