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Aug 19, 2009 02:42 PM

chocolate chip cookies

looking for the best or any style... thin/crispy, thick/chewy, with nuts and without...


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  1. ndl, what city do you live in? so we can point you in the right direction!


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    1. re: The Dairy Queen

      thanks everyone! i live in new york city, but i am looking everywhere.

    2. My favorite store bought cookies are from Great Harvest Bakery. Love the Oatmeal Choc Chip.

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        1. re: Fibber McGee

          Those are mine, too. That would be in St. Paul, MN, on Selby. I see that the OP has posted this same query on several other boards, so, hopefully s/he is willing to travel, wherever s/he is.


          1. re: The Dairy Queen

            My Great Harvest is on Maple in Commerce Township. MI.

        2. re: chowchowbrowncow

          Delicious tho Great Harvest cookies may be, there's gotta be a pound of butter in each one. Never had a cookie with so much grease. On the other hand, why have any other cookies when you can have this one?

        3. I'm anxiously awaiting the MSP state fair cookies to go with a cold glass (or three) of milk. They are always good for a sugar rush. I need to try the Great Harvest Oatmeal Chocolate chip cookies as well, but my current favorites (Oatmeal Chocolate Chip) are from Potbelly.

          1. Tom's Mom's Cookies, Harbor Springs, MI

            1. My current favorites in MSP are at Salty Tart in the Midtown Global Market and the ones from Rustica (imagine loving something from Rustica!)

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                1. re: getgot211

                  I'll have to remember that for the next "anzac cookies" thread. Ha Ha...funny me.

                  I agree. Honestly, besides a plain croissant later in the morning, I've never once had anything there that I didn't totally enjoy. I was there this morning and it was impossible to choose.