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Snowvillage Inn
Snowville, NH

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Mud-Slide Cookies
Snowvillage Inn, Snowville, NH

2 pounds unsweetened chocolate
6 pounds bittersweet chocolate
1 pound butter
32 eggs
6 pounds sugar
1 ounce coffee extract
1 ounce vanilla extract
1 pound cake flour
1 1/2 ounces baking powder
1/2 ounce salt
1 pound 5 ounces walnuts
4 pounds chocolate chips

Finely chop both chocolates and melt
together with butter in stainless steel
bowl, set over a pan of barely
simmering water.  Remove from heat.  
Set aside.

Beat together eggs, sugar, coffee and
vanilla extracts in a mixer using the wire
whip attachment, on high speed for 5
minutes or until thick in texture and
light in color.   Add the chocolate
mixture to the egg mixture and blend
together.  Scrape down the bowl as
necessary.  Add walnuts and chocolate
chips and mix just until blended.  
Portion into 2 pound logs, wrap in
parchment paper and store in the
freezer or under refrigeration until

Cut logs into 2 1/2 ounce pieces and
place on parchment lined sheet pans.  
Bake in oven at 350 degrees for 14
minutes or until golden brown.  
Remove from tray, allow to cool
completely on wire rack.

Makes 12 dozen cookies.
Snowvillage Inn's Gingerbread House - Photo by Emily Duffy
Snowvillage Inn's Christmas Tree (detail) - Photo by Emily Duffy
Snowvillage Inn's office entrance -- Photo by Emily Duffy
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