Nigel Slater’s chocolate chip snack recipes
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Chocolate chips in cakes and cookies will see you through to lunchtime

I hold great store in stopping, mid-morning, for a break. And by that I don’t mean coffee at my desk. I mean actually stopping and moving elsewhere, if only for a few minutes. The half an hour or so in which I drink coffee and eat something small and sweet probably has its heart in the communal Swedish fika, but is different in that I usually take my break alone, as I invariably write until midday.

There will be coffee, a...


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