Pepperidge Farm: Chesapeake Dark Chocolate Pecan

Pepperidge Farm has so many cookies and Goldfish I wanna try.

This Chesapeake Dark Chocolate Pecan is crispy cookie with chocolate chunks and crunchy pecan.
When I first looked at the package, I had to research what Chesapeake was.
Apparently it's name of a city in southeast side of Virginia, but I have no idea since pecan isn't its signature agricultural product.
However, there's a chocolate shop called "Chesapeake Chocolate" and also a apartment called "Pecan Point Court," too.

It's easy to find the information most of the time, but I couldn't find any reliable resources.
On the back side of the bag, 
"Our Chesapeake cookie is a popular destination. Come for the dark chocolate, stay for the pecans. The mounds of rich dark chocolate chunks and crunchy pecans are well worth the trip! And while you're visiting, enjoy our other fine ingredients, like real butter and natural vanilla flavor. You're going to love it here!"

Like the visual, each cookie contains dark chocolate chunks and pecan according to the ad lines.
As pecan is a little bit sweet, I guessed dark chocolate would go well with the nuts.

Each cookie has 130 calories. 
But one cookie only weighs 26g (0.9 oz)... I'd say the calories is from nuts and real butter...
It's not only I say this, but also others say that tasty foods are high calories anyway.
Besides if I had cared the calories in plates, I wouldn't have been writing this blog.
Ingredients' first line is pretty long as it has parentheses.

Unbleached enriched wheat flour (flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate [vitamin B1], riboflavin [vitamin B2], folic asid)

It's interesting that it first I saw "unbleached," I thought they're using close-to-natural ingredients but then "enriched" with various vitamins and other nutritious segments are in the flour.

4 cookies are in a plastic tray and there're 2 cups inside.
When I grabbed one, it was hard and not as heavy as soft chewy cookies.
The texture was crispy and really light.
The cookie broke easily and as I could see the chocolate and pecan all over the cookies, even a bite let me have all the different textures and flavors together.

The cookie dough didn't have much butter flavor or vanilla (maybe I wasn't paying much attention), but chocolate chunks was chewy and pecan was crispy and flavorful.
I wanted a glass of milk to dunk the cookie!

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