A staple in households across the globe for over 4,000 years, available in a variety of interestingly unique shapes and sizes, the noodle is wonderfully simple to make and even more fun to eat!

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Like many of the best innovations, the chocolate chip cookie was a lucky mistake.  These delicious home-baked delights were invented in 1938 by American Chefs Ruth Graves Wakefield and Sue Brides at the Toll House Inn in Whitman, Massachusetts. The story goes that Chef Ruth was baking her classic Chocolate Butter Drop Do cookies when she ran out of baker’s chocolate.  Busy in the kitchen, she had to find a replacement quickly, so she grabbed a block of Nestle’s semi-sweet chocolate and chopped it into small chunks. She expected the pieces to melt into the cookie, but instead, they held their shape and softened into a moist, gooey melt.  Yum. Celebrate National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day August 4th and share that "just out of the oven" magic with your favorite people with our Chocolate Lover’s Gift Box featuring a Gourmet Cookie Gift Tower of Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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