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8Jan/11

Chocolate Chews Cookie

I remember getting these Chocolate Chew cookies from the bakery growing up in the 70's. They were so good. This recipe makes an even better cookie than I recall. I hope you enjoy them.


Click here to download the recipe in Microsoft Word format or see below.


Chocolate Chews Cookie

Chocolate Chews

CHOCOLATE CHEWS

3 cups powdered (confectioners) sugar
7 tablespoons Hershey’s Cocao
2 tablespoons flour
3 egg-whites unbeaten
2 cups pecans

Mix all together
*Bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes

*The original recipe called for them to be baked on parchment paper but this is not necessary, I just spot spray where you’re going to drop the cookie with spray PAM or the like.

I like to chop the pecans lightly as opposed to making them small by chopping them too much but feel free to do them as you please.

I am considering with my next batch just using the 2 whole egss as opposed to 3 egg whites but not sure how this will come out. I will let you know if and when I do.

Email me with questions or comments at andyjcmrdn@aol.com

Thanks

19Dec/10

About Office Pool Spreadsheets

I hope you enjoy my office pool bracket calculators at bracketman.com. Feel free to leave any comments.

For some reason I love working with spreadsheets and want to share some of my favorites with you.  One of the most useful tools I have found for spreadsheets is helping to keep up with an office pool. The spreadsheets I have created aim to give some information on the teams that are participating to make it easier to make your picks without doing a lot of research. They also aim to make it easy to track the points of the participants and provide a ranking table that can be copied and pasted easily into an email for keeping participants updated on the leaders of the pool. When appropriate I have included a bracket for tournament style events which can be handed out or copied and pasted into a new document and subsequently emailed to participants for filling out their picks. I have also tried to make a second sheet that is physically smaller than the original sheet where picks are entered so that this smaller sheet can be printed and posted for viewing.  I hope you find the spreadsheets useful.

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