The Points in Brownies

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Soft or chewy, sweet or bitter, dark or light, take your pick. Despite what new age foodies and urbanites are saying, good, old-fashioned brownies would still be the best sweets around.

Brownies are a kind of baked confection that is, strictly speaking, neither a cake nor a cookie. It is more like a cross between the two, with some recipes making it fluffier or tougher. Either ways, both are considered correct. The main point here is that brownies are made with dark chocolate.

When it comes to classic foods, brownies would always have a special place in the hearts of Americans (actually, brownies are a favorite treat in any part of the world). It serves as a typical lunch box food, served with warm milk or hot coffee. It can also be served in parties or other special occasions.

The true origins of brownies are not exactly known. Boston, Illinois, and even Maine claim to be the birth place of true brownies. The only thing for certain is that chocolate brownies have been around since the 1900s. The use of cocoa powder, plus a small amount of flour and eggs, was what gave brownies its dark color and chewy texture.

Brownies are the mainstay in any American home. It is a basic skill in cooking that any self-respecting homeowner should know. That is why it pays to learn how to bake brownies. The nice thing here is that you can actually control how your brownies will turn out. Even vegetarians have their own version of brownies. If you want to put toffees in, it all depends on you. The important thing here is that you enjoy what you are doing.

You should give brownies it deserves. Given its long history, it deserves a place in our kitchens.

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