Unfortunately, there are a lot of bad cookies out there.
You know when I've never had a bad cookie? When Beth has made it. If you follow this blog you've probably seen her beautiful, smiling face on the right hand column. She's been the cookie/baking contributor. She's also an editor, singer and expert ribbon curler, but that's a completely other blog post.
Over the many years we have known each other, I've had the delightful pleasure to sample many, MANY of her baking adventures. Not a dud among them.
You can view a number of Beth's creations (with links to recipes) HERE.
If you're wondering, like I have in the past...How do I bake the perfect cookie? Beth has put together a little book that makes it easy. Aptly titles How to Bake a Better Cookie. It's only $2.99 on amazon. I own it and refer to it frequently. Like I said, every day should have a cookie. When they don't magically appear in the mail, I have to make them myself.
I'm not paid to say this or push this wondrous little book, wait...do cookies count? Then I've been paid handsomely. Either way, I'm just a big fan of a great tasting cookie and what it takes to bake one.
Check out Beth's book HERE.