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Chocolate Chip Cookies Arnotts vs Maryland Review
|In your "Chocolate Chip Cookies Arnotts vs Maryland" you had inquired about the origin of Maryland's name. After poking about on google,I found a passage in the State history which observed how the state was named. Basically, it read that King George I had given the colony north of Virginia to George Calvert, who was the First Lord of Baltimore. Well, after his death, his son Celius, the second Lord of Baltimore, named the colony "Terra Maria," or "Maryland" in honor of the king's wife, Queen Henrietta Maria. Not quite fascinating, but at the least it's informative.|
History aside I would have to argue that the best chocochip is the one made in one's own kitchen. It's the sort of thing that simply tastes better when you have your own degree of control over the process, and the simplicity of baking them requires no more than three failed attempts before they come out proper.
|Nicey replies: Cheers Clark,
That helps out a good bit, I wonder what the 'working title' for the colony was before the second Lord of Baltimore got involved. It could also have wound up being Henriettaland perhaps.