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@Eron: I’ll have to keep my eye out for that because it sounds really handy!

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@Joel: I think that would be a great way to go about it – I like using shortening in my cookies, too.

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Hey Sydney, I just came across your blog recently and absolutely love it. You have such a variety in your cooking, and you make it look feasible! It’s really an inspiration I made these cookies a few days ago and everyone who tried one has been asking me to make them again and again! Amazing!! -Jocelyn

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Lovely photos — mouthwatering! I like how the chocolate disks melt in the cookies. I also like how an ice cream scoop makes the perfect sized cookies — in addition to the ice cream scoop, a friend recently gave me a cookie scoop that fits 2 Tablespoons of dough and has a flexible silicon well so you can push the cookie dough out from the bottom once you’ve scooped… it works great : )

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Great blog – love the cookie receipe!

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Just made these today. Ingredient proportions were exact, but I portioned the dough while still room temperature, cooled the dough balls for a few hours, and baked them off while still cold. They turned out great and had a very good appearance with no over-spreading (I baked on parchment instead of a greased sheet).

I said in a previous post that I enjoy a denser, chewier cookie, so I want to replace some of the butter with vegetable shortening. I think I can get the texture I want if I use 1/2 cup of shortening and 3/4 cup of butter. Any thoughts on this?

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These sound delicious! I’m going to try them out!

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