Transcript: By; Johan Thomas & Jason Girboan Chocolate Chip Cookie Story The Story It was 1930 in the Toll House Inn in Massachusetts, Ruth Wake-field was busy taking orders of hungry people when she ran out of baker's chocolate and instead put a pack of Nestle chocolate chunks in the dough and baked it. She served it to the customers and they loved. The cookie became a staple and soon Nestle heard about the cookie and ask to buy the recipe for the cookie and soon they were selling packages of the cookie with the recipe in the back of the package. Timeline Title http://www.unicornlove.com/blog/2009/7/15/look-to-the-cookie-a-chocolate-chip-cookie-timeline.html Ruth Graves Wake-field was born on June 17, 1903. She grew up in Eaton, Massachusetts where she was educated about foods. After she got married she bought a lodge house. She then opened a business called the Toll House. Where she invented the chocolate chip cookies. Then in 1939 Nestle bought the chocolate chip cookie recipe and guaranteed Ruth a life time supplies of cookies. As soon as the chocolate chip cookie was invented the world was in craze after the chocolate chip cookies. The inventor The Inventors The Chocolate Chip Cookie Ruth Graves Wake-field Eating raw dough can cause disease because you are eating raw eggs and the dough contains bacteria Positive & Negative Positive & Negative Negative Positive It'll bring a smile to your face seconds after taking a bite It's scrumptious Dark chocolate in some Chocolate Chip Cookies can make you avoid things like high cholesterol oxidation problems Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe Recipe Recipe Original Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Recipe Original Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe Sources http://almondflourchocolatechipcookies.com/the-important-benefits-and-disadvantages-of-chocolates-chip-cookies-2/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgVw9vYW1Gw https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Graves_Wakefield Sources
Transcript: Chocolate Chip cookie One day while making chocolate cookies she realized she was out of a certain ingredient. She then substituted baker's chocolate for chopped up semisweet chocolate bar. Ruth Wakefield graduated from the Framingham State Normal School Department of Household Arts in 1924 worked as a dietitian until 1930 she and her husband bought a tourist lodge in Massachusetts lodge called the Toll House Inn Who invented them? As it turned out, the chocolate bar Ruth used was a gift from Andrew Nestle of the Nestle Chocolate Co. They made a deal that increased their sales. The deal was that Nestle would put the Toll House cookie recipe on the chocolate chip bag if Toll House continued to use Nestle chocolate. "History of Chocolate Chip Cookies - Ruth Wakefield." About.com Inventors. About.com. Web. 26 May 2015. "History Of The Chocolate Chip Cookie." History Of The Chocolate Chip Cookie. Web. 26 May 2015. <http://iml.jou.ufl.edu/projects/fall09/saval_j/history.html>. The chopped up chocolate bar did not melt and melt into the batter. They only softened. The chocolate chip cookie was born. The result How were they invented? Works Cited Toll House & Nestle
Transcript: 1/2 tespoon salt 1. The oven is preheated to 180º C 2. Sugars, butter, vanilla and egg are mixed in a large bowl. Flour, baking soda and salt are stired in (dough will be stiff). Then, chocolate chips and nuts are stired in, too. 3. Dough is dropped by rounded tablespoonfuls (about 2 inches) apart onto ungreased cookie sheet 4. Cookies are baked for 8 minutes (or until light brown). Cool slightly and remove from cookie sheet. Cool on wire rock. History 2 1/4 cups gold metal all purpose flour Chocolate chip cookie 1 teaspoon baking soda Ingredients ¾ cup granulated sugar 1 cup coarsely chopped nuts Directions 1 egg 1 cup butter softened ¾ cup packed brow sugar 1 package semisweet chocolate (2 cups) 1 teaspoon vanilla
Transcript: Chocolate Chip Cookies By: Lola Szécsi -America -Temperature testing -Accidentally -For almost 70 years Origin -butter -sugar -eggs -chocolate chips -baking powder -flour Ingredients -the easiest -mix the ingredients -180°C -30 min Preparation -ready in short time -everyone likes it -easy to eat -gifts -for any occasion Why my favorite -red velvet -nutella -different flavored Different variations
Transcript: Baking Soda http://www.melskitchencafe.com/the-great-cookie-experiment-butter-temperature/ Works Cited Sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO ) Releases CO gas when it comes into contact with acid brown sugar Brown Sugar Sugar and Salt By: Sachi Kurup 2 Thank you!!! The Great Cookie Experiment: Butter Temperature. (2013, June 26). http://www.melskitchencafe.com/the-great-cookie-experiment-butter-temperature/ Sweeteners. (2003). http://chemistry.elmhurst.edu/vchembook/549sweet.html Salt: Adds flavor as well as controls the gluten development, so there is no breaking Large amounts of sugar attract water (hygroscopic), to prevent too much gluten sugar establishes an overall pH Now enjoy some cookies chewy cookie 95% sucrose slightly bitter acidic 3 • 8 tablespoons of salted butter (slightly melted) • ½ cup white sugar (I like to use raw cane sugar with a coarser texture) • ¼ cup packed light brown sugar • 1 teaspoon vanilla • 1 egg • 1½ cups all purpose flour (more as needed) • ½ teaspoon baking soda • ¼ teaspoon salt (but I always add a little extra) • ¾ cup chocolate chips Recipe Egg Leavening Agent Miller, A. (2014, September 4). The Science Behind Baking Your Ideal Chocolate Chip Cookie. http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2014/09/04/345530660/the-science-behind-baking-your-ideal-chocolate-chip-cookie Chocolate Chip Cookies Emulsifier Binding Agent toughen structure offsets with the fat (butter) and the sugar Provide liquid McGee, H. (2004). On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen. New York: Scribner. Flour Adds to the chewiness, but since it is not melted there is still structure to the cookie. Slightly puffy/cakey retain moisture inhibits too much gluten formation Since the butter is still slightly solid it creates steam while baking acting as a leavening agent as well White Sugar harder/chrunchier cookie Browns when baked colorless/ordorless neutral flavor Butter Helps create the gluten All-purpose flour = soft flour (not too much gluten) Doucleff, M. (2013, December 3). Cookie-Baking Chemistry: How To Engineer Your Perfect Sweet Treat. http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2013/12/03/248347009/cookie-baking-chemistry-how-to-engineer-your-perfect-sweet-treat
Transcript: It has impacted the world a tasty way, by being very unique How has this product impacted society in a negative way? bibliography Engineering How has this product impacted society in a positive way ? There was no purpose of the cookie ,it was an accident but it is a famous treat. Ruth Wakefeild in 1930 It is not very healthy for you. It can cause problems with your weight ;] Made by: Tyler Rueckert and Jordan Tompkins THey come in packaging and they need to now how to make them go bad in a short amount of time. Flavor, Taste and even color Science Technology A famous quote for the cookie The Purpose of the Chocolate Chip Cookie: http://www.women-inventors.com/Ruth-Wakefield.asp Innovations to the cookie: Math http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/keywords/cookies.html Heating the dough is scientific & the chemicals that melt the chocolate is also scientific. Chocolate Chip Cookie Warning may cause serious hunger!!!!!!!!! Chocolate Chip Cookie Thank you for watching! The Chocolate chip cookie was made by: Don't worry lunch is in 2 hours :) You need to know how much ingredients go in certain cups and how much dough you need in it. the machinery they use to make the cookie.
Transcript: How to make chocolate chip cookies Jasmine Whitehead 2 1/4 cups all purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 sticks butter, softened 1 cup brown sugar 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 eggs 2 cups (12 oz.) semi-sweet chocolate chips Pre heat your oven to 350 degrees Start mixing together your dry ingredients for your homemade chocolate chip cookies. Time to bake your homemade chocolate chip cookies. Let your cookies cool for 5-6 minutes Step 4 Step 2 Step 3 first you need Step 1
Transcript: That Cozy Feeling It was a cold rainy day crystal like clear drops fell from the sky I could hear the sound of cars driving by on the road outside While the rest of the world was hustling and bustling my family and I sat in our family room at home the smell of freshly made tea filled the room in the middle of the carpet a miniature Island of Sodor train set was being played with by my brother I was having the coziest weekend ever no homework was involved nothing could have made it better just then my mother walked in with warm and gooey chocolate chip cookies As I eat one I look at its melted choclate chips on its sweet cookie base It melts in my mouth as I enjoy and remember the comforts of my day now the room is sented with chocolater chip cookies and tea I thought such a heavenly aroma would never again be noticed by anyone this made me take a few seconds to fully endulge myself in the moment then I finished it off The perfect balance of chewy and crunchy for the perfect moment of a perfect day It doesn't just make you feel good It makes you feel at home so out of instinct I grab another...
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