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Title: A Bureaucrat's Guide To Chocolate Chip Cookie
Categories: Humor
Yield: 72 Servings

1cPacked brown sugar
1/2cGranulated sugar
1/2cSoftened butter
2 Eggs
1 1/2tsVanilla
2 1/2cAll-purpose flour
1tsBaking soda
12ozPackage semi-sweet chocolate pieces
1cChopped walnuts or pecans

Guidance: After procurement actions, decontainerize inputs. Perform measurement tasks on a case-by-case basis. In mixing type bow, impact heavily on brown sugar, granulated sugar, softened butter and shortening. Coordinate the interface of eggs and vanilla, avoiding an overrun scenario to the best of your skills and abilities. At this point in time, leverage flour, baking soda, and salt into a bowl and aggregate. Equalize with prior mixture and develop intense and continuous liasion among inputs until well-coordinated. Associate key chocolate and nut subsystems and execute stirring operations. Within this time frame, take action to prepare the heating environment for throughput by manually setting the oven baking unit by hand to a temperature of 375 degrees Fahrenheit (190 degrees Celsius). Drop mixture in an ongoing fashion from a teaspoon onto an ungreased cookie sheet at intervals sufficient enough apart to permit total and permanent separation of throughputs to the maximum extent practicable under operating conditions. Position cookie sheet in a bake situation and surveil for 8 to 10 minutes. Initiate coordination of outputs within the cooling rack function. Containerize, wrap in red tape and disseminate to authorized staff personnel on a timely and expeditious basis. Output: Six dozen official government chocolate-chip cookie units.

Source: A Bureaucrat's Guide to Chocolate Chip Cookies Special to the Washington Post by Susan E. Russ.

For those government employees and bureaucrats who have problems with standard recipes, here's one that should make the grade---a classic version of the chocolate-chip cookie translated for easy reading.

Total Lead Time: 35 minutes.