Chocolate Chip Cookies

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The Restaurant: Jacques Torres, various locations in
New York and New Jersey

The Skinny: The genius of
this bread plate–size cookie is that it tacitly acknowledges the need to not
mess with perfection while subtly upping the ante of what a chocolate chip
cookie can be. The secret of the addictively rich chunks running through the
outrageously buttery, slightly chewy round is layers of melted couverture
chocolate, the kind used to coat truffles. The chocolate, manufactured by
Belgian company Belcolade, is distributed so liberally throughout the cookie
you’re guaranteed to get chocolate in every bite…along with a fairly pricey
food addiction. Ask for one straight from the oven. —Emma Sloley

America's Best Comfort Foods

Chocolate Chip Cookies

The Restaurant: Jacques Torres, various locations in
New York and New Jersey

The Skinny: The genius of
this bread plate–size cookie is that it tacitly acknowledges the need to not
mess with perfection while subtly upping the ante of what a chocolate chip
cookie can be. The secret of the addictively rich chunks running through the
outrageously buttery, slightly chewy round is layers of melted couverture
chocolate, the kind used to coat truffles. The chocolate, manufactured by
Belgian company Belcolade, is distributed so liberally throughout the cookie
you’re guaranteed to get chocolate in every bite…along with a fairly pricey
food addiction. Ask for one straight from the oven. —Emma Sloley

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