THIS IS WHAT NOT TO DO.
When you’re making chocolate chip cookies and it’s the halfway baking point so you have to rotate the sheet in the oven and there’s parchment paper on top of the cookie sheet, remember that THE PAPER MOVES! So that when you take the cookie sheet out of the oven you have to BE CAREFUL and not in such a $%^&*(#@ hurry that you grab the cookie sheet too quickly and the paper flies off with the half baked dough on it.
Not only were the cookies ruined because I moved too fast, my oven door cracked and molten chocolate landed on my arm which smelled delicious but now looks sunburned because I was too intent on getting all the chocolate off everywhere and forgot to put my arm under cold water.
Ben Franklin was right. “Haste makes waste.”
This was a new recipe too. Glad I have a small amount of dough left. As soon as the oven is clean I’ll try again.
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