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  1. Christina says

    I’ve been wanting to make these since I got that email! I made their Crack Pie a couple of months ago, and it was completely decadent.

  2. Lauren at Keep It Sweet says

    Definitely a good call keeping that email subscription! These look pretty amazing.

  3. Simply Life says

    oh gosh, those do look fabulously addicting! 🙂

  4. Jenn's Food Journey says

    Oh wow…I think I’ll call the rehab center right now and see if I can get in!! These look amazing!

  5. Michelle says

    Reading this makes me almost regret unsubscribing from Daily Candy…almost!

  6. Catherine says

    Just an FYI – David Chang (momofuku) will be in Cambridge on Monday for Harvard’s lecture series Science and Cooking. http://seas.harvard.edu/cooking

  7. brandi says

    these sound so weird…but so good!

  8. Erica @ In and Around Town says

    Wow those look good! So many yummy parts to them

  9. d.liff @ yelleBELLYboo says

    My goodness these look SO amazing!!! I love when cookies are caramelized and crispy on the edges!

  10. lynn @ the actor's diet says

    i had these – they’re so freaking good!

  11. Julie Q says

    hugging my computer screen right now.. these look delish!

  12. Katie says

    i cannot wait to make these!! they sound soo delicious!

  13. Angela says

    These look so close to the real thing, which are AMAZEEE by the way. Can’t wait to hear about in-person sampling when you get to Momo here in NYC — Birthday Cake Truffles and Crack Pie are also a must-try!

  14. Kelly says

    These sound intriguing. I made their compost cookies last spring (http://pink-apron.com/2011/05/compost-cookies/) which had lots of interesting mix-ins like potato chips, oats, pretzels, etc. They turned out delicious though it sounds like the base recipe is a bit different, though both seem to call for chilling the dough. It’s interesting because I know with the compost cookies people had similar challenges of them being flat and then the lovely Cookie Madness figured things out. Not sure if the issue between the two recipes is the same. I followed her recipe and got very plump cookies.

  15. Elizabeth says

    mmm, I am a fan of momofuku cookies, I usually get the compost cookie when I’m there.

  16. Rosedmary says

    5 stars
    My kids love these cookies they are always gone in minutes. Thanks for the recipe.

  17. Patty K-P says

    5 stars
    I believe cookies for breakfast is now justified 😀

  18. Sammie B says

    5 stars
    Just made. Spot on. Thank you!

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