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Each week, we’ll be sharing a comprehensive list of links to help you master something new in the kitchen. Culinary greatness, here you come.
Today: How to make the best cookies ever.
We're pretty sure that How to Win Friends and Influence People is really just a book about cookies; nothing sparks admiration and love quite like a freshly-baked cookie. With all the potlucks, holiday parties, and cookie swaps of December, you'll have plenty of opportunities to shine. Just read these links before you get started.
- Baking the perfect cookie is a science. Better brush up on your chemistry! (NPR.)
- Only have two baking sheets and one oven? You can still make a zillion cookies. When they're done cooling, ice them with chocolate. (Food52.)
- Make sure to avoid these five common cookie mistakes. (Food and Wine.)
- The secret to better cookies? Letting the batter rest. (America's Test Kitchen.)
- A great time-saving tip: Freeze your cookie dough well ahead of time. (The Kitchn.)
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