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- n. A small, usually near-conical piece of chocolate.
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About this time the campaign took a definite turn for the silly when Family Circle magazine decided to sponsor a chocolate chip cookie contest between me and Hillary Clinton.
My chocolate chip cookie recipe was one that Patsy Caulkins had given me years ago when we were housemates at Yale.
Then she opened a charming tangerine-colored net tote bag that matched her sandals and pulled out little bags of potato chips (fattening) and chocolate chip cookies (even more fattening and lucious with the chocolate chips gone slightly melty).
The ranch-house kitchen was filled with the warm smell of chocolate chip cookies fresh from the oven.
A second locker door slammed and Samantha Sloane, carrying a stack of huge chocolate chip cookie invitations, slunk toward Griffin and Kristina.
I had kept the Food Monster locked up for so long, but it was loose, forcing me to eat a third and then a fourth extremely hot, right-out-of-the-oven burnt chocolate chip cookie.
We learned the hard way to give the students their chocolate chip cookies as they were leaving the White House to go out to the South Grounds.