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Hi! I'm Petra from Mom's Apple Pie Bakery. We're a family business and we have been making pies for over 25 years and we also make wonderful chocolate chip cookies. So, I'm going to show you how we make those today. So, here we are in the kitchen with all the ingredients that we use to make the chocolate chip cookies. I have here half a pound of butter. This is unsalted butter and it's been softened, it's at room temperature. There is two-and-a-half cups of flour here, it's been measured out into this, using a dry measure. This is just all purpose flour, which is the basic flour. There is two thirds a cup of brown sugar, light brown sugar, and packed the brown sugar in and then two thirds of cup of white sugar to add, the brown sugar gives a kind of more rich molasses kind of flavor and about two cups of chocolate chunks. You can use chocolate chips, if you want just melt chocolate, but I like dark chocolate, so I chop up dark chocolate candy bars. They are about three ounces each, so its four ounces, I mean it's four bars, which is 12 ounces. You chop them up into pieces that are a sort of around the size of chocolate chips so that they are the right texture in the cookie. I have here special extra strength vanilla from Nicaragua. It's very special stuff and it's really thick, it's powerful. This recipe only needs a teaspoon of this stuff, probably about a tablespoon of regular standard vanilla from the store, use real vanilla not artificial, don't skimp there, and just a teaspoon of salt and two eggs and that's all you really need to make the cookies and of course a little baking soda to help the cookies rise in the oven.