The Toll House cookie was created in the Toll House restaurant.
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The very famous Toll House cookie... U silly......
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None, not only was the famous Toll House Inn located it Whitman (not Boston) it was owned by Ruth Grave Wakefield in the 1930's. It was then that she created the "chocolate chip cookie" that we all love today. Wakefield sold the recipe to Nestle', hence the now famous name "Nestle' Toll House".
the chocolate chip cookie
The Toll House Chocolate cookie, a chocolate chip cookie was invented at the Toll House Inn, which was located Whitman, Massachusetts, some 30 miles from Boston. The restaurant was owned by Ruth Graves Wakefield in the 1930's. It is said that Wakefield was making chocolate cookies and upon running out of regular bakers chocolate substituted Semi-Sweet Chocolate pieces from Nestle' thinking it would melt and mix into the batter, it did not and the chocolate chip cookie was born. Wakefield sold the recipe to Nestle' in exchange for a life time supply of chocolate chips. Every bag of Nestle' chocolate chips sold in North America has a variation of her original recipe printed on the back.
Ruth Graves Wakefield invented the chocolate chip cookie in Whitmann, MA in 1933. She later published the recipe in a Boston newspaper and her cookie became an overnight local favorite. Later, Betty Crocker introduced Ruth's cookie on her radio show called "Famous Foods From Famous Places" and the cookie became a national success.