Ruth Graves Wakefield is who invented chocolate chip cookies. In 1933 Ruth and her husband Kenneth were running the Toll House Inn in Whitman Massachusetts.. Although the Toll House Inn in Whitman Massachusetts is no longer, the cookies have lived on. Nestle still uses this original recipe on the backs of all their chocolate chip bags, and Toll House is a universal term in reference to the chocolate chip cookie.
"Modern chemistry? Tick. Color photography? Tick. Both Irish inventions, and, as you can see from the infographic, there are many more. And when it comes to refreshing beverages, it’s not just Guinness that should come to mind. Raise a toast to soda water and chocolate milk, both Irish inventions to rival the black stuff. Read more: 10 Irish Inventions That Changed The World - An Infographic"
This Black Forest Poke Cake is a gooey chocolate cake filled with hot fudge and cherry pie filling. It is topped with fresh whipped cream and chocolate shavings. When I sat down to write this post, I thought to myself, I wonder who invented the original black forest cake and what its significance is in …
Today's WikiPick is Ruth Graves Wakefield, born today in 1903. Perhaps most would not recognize her name but just about everyone is familiar with what she invented - the chocolate chip cookie! Doesn't she look someone who would serve you a plate of warm cookies and a glass of cold milk? #wikitree #genealogy
Ruth Graves Wakefield. That’s the name of the woman who INVENTED chocolate chips