Peanut Butter Cookies

The protean peanut promoter George Washington Carver was the first person to suggest including peanut butter in cookies. That was in 1925. Today, peanut butter cookies, traditionally cross-hatched on top by pressing down on the uncooked cookie with the tines of a fork, are a bake-sale favorite. Chocolate chips are a common addition, as are molasses or maple syrup or a doot of jelly atop the baked cookie.

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