Insomniac Kitchen: National Cookie Day

Go into the kitchen of Schmackary's to see them make their maple bacon cookie.
3:00 | 12/04/13

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Today in December for the national cookie day and when there's not involved it is always dollar dollars an hour. Favorite story of the day. Drill field trip to none other than she macro reason lip smacking good -- here in Manhattan to check out how they make their best seller the maple bacon cooking. For this edition of insomniac kitchen. -- insomniacs -- in the kitchen today went. Zachary -- he is the owner. And founder and cooking master here at smack -- it's also been in this -- -- -- -- -- has picked it. That today I'm going to use its economy one of our infamous fiftieth year which is the maple Vegas. It was it was about -- about Iraq and in the midst they're here and we're gonna put an arm round -- very in white -- -- Cameras gonna let that didn't know basically. That's when we are going to -- are a -- Cecil Morgan our first estimate and then finally we have our flower here with a healthy dose of seesaw and some -- -- that's gonna come together. Actually one of the things that I love you had this that he is is homemade butter topping -- -- can buy better copy of the store. But nothing is as good at making your town and now Kyra and everything is -- and -- ticket it has about -- -- -- -- -- get it. -- -- but so what we have here is a really dark maple syrup and is there is all over this. Maples are Providence and when I stay back in. It really just karma -- is over the vacant and that's really what we're gonna -- in our last little piece of that. You -- the Internet. Think it but he didn't admit that about -- -- anybody that's that the death. You know that I mean. And here. -- -- glorious through. -- in the evening that he remembered who didn't. He really did thank you demonstrate how things here is yeah now. Right -- and. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Dot com. How amended and -- by the way on that report yeah. This man -- -- and she brought a bunch. This streets from -- -- -- -- is by the -- South -- famous -- is may they make in which a good job. We're gonna give that child. And yeah. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- does he look like here in 2008 and even on Broadway and started as a rookie in his tiny little -- to relieve stress. Turn into this huge thing. We don't -- Broadway anymore and now he's. It all kinds of money succeed especially with the being -- vacant lots and my second by metro bombings -- -- things I think if you had a few of these great them like it happened at once a week. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Via an intelligent ones actually -- villages and my last. Eternity -- and likely delivery -- when companies don't you. In order them online and then we'll go over the Internet and -- -- and Evans and tell you god -- -- Classic chocolate chip is one that I was having your mom don't have good reason cleanly does. Yeah people may -- and mental health I'm trying to -- -- -- -- -- --

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