Wednesday, November 19, 2014

My Quest - #cookiequest

So, I shared yesterday that I'm jumping in to a quest.  My #cookiequest.

Since its 2014, I felt like this journey needed its own hashtag.  I mean if people can make up a hashtag for their wedding or 30th birthday party, then I could have one for my cookie discovery process!  I did a little research and found that my journey is not unique.  Other's are on the same journey, whether they call it a quest or not and whether they are documenting it officially or not, #perfectcookie, #chocolatechipcookie, #cookiequest all already existed.  When I looked at what others were writing about, it seemed the #cookiequest fit - so I'm just jumping in on the conversations.

My Quest: Find the Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookie (imagine a really cool typewriter font and each letter being penned as it is said)

But, that's what I'm up to these days.  And, because I'm such a freak (self-proclaimed) who has to have order and process to every thing, there is a process and a spreadsheet.  I know, I know you are laughing, but some crazy thing happened to me when I was young (I need a therapist to pin point the specifics!) I have to make a plan so I can at least have order to the chaos of the 1 billion opinions about cookies and the perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe.

So, my new few weeks will look a little something like this:
  1. Research
  2. Predict
  3. Plan
  4. Bake
  5. Decide (may have to bake some more)
  6. Present my findings to the world!

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5 comments:

Junque Rethunque said...

Yummy quest! I think that could be an additional hashtag... #yummyquest :)

Jacqueline Wolven said...

You know you are going to have to share samples right?

Dad said...

Ole Dad will have to make final approval. Sounds like a Thanksgiving night activity to me. Bedtime Snack activity just like back at home.

LifeAsAConvert said...

If you need an additional judge, I don't mind tasting chocolate chip cookies!

Kaylin Gilkey said...

I am so on board with this quest! Can't wait to see your findings.