America's Best Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Beurre & Sel from Dorie Greenspan; New York City

Beloved cookbook author, blogger and baking authority, Dorie Greenspan, goes brick-and-mortar at a tiny storefront in the Essex Street Market, where she sells her masterful double chocolate World Peace Cookies: a base of dense chocolate sablé dough (a French-style shortbread) made with local butter, studded with hand-chopped bittersweet Valhrona chunks and a hefty measure of fleur de sel. Greenspan’s recipe, which was given to her by renowned Paris pâtissier Pierre Hermé, calls for nearly equal measures of chocolate and flour, making for an ultrarich cookie that Greenspan describes as “very seductive,” with the power to engender happiness and world peace in each bite.

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