-What an emotional roller-coaster this cookie was. At first I was excited by the HUGE ass chocolate chips, before realizing that they're only huge in diameter, not density. They're flat as a dime with the monetary value of a Chuck-E-Cheese token.
-There were a few big, crunchy balls of mystery chunks. I had no idea what I was biting into until reading the fine print in the ingredients: PRETZEL BALLS. Why didn't they mention that on the front of the bag? That's kind of a MAJOR addition to the classic formula that completely changes the eating experience (and possibly disqualifies it from my quest). I'm not opposed to the pretzel/cookie mix, but I would have liked to have known that up front. It would be like dating someone with a third boob. Like, totally cool, but a little heads-up would have been appreciated.
-The goal of this cookie is clear: use ethical ingredients as inexpensively as possible. The problem is that in order to do so, they had to cut a pretty important corner: Deliciousness. It tastes acceptable, but by our standards, that's not gonna fly. Remember: The goal here isn't to find the most GMO-free cookie in America, it's to find the best goddamn cookie in the Boston area. If buying this cookie makes you feel good about yourself, awesome. But eating it isn't exactly the royal treatment.
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