Skilled bakers employ dozens of underpaid mathematics grad students from several local universities to work with vanilla dough prepared with single-estate vanilla beans. Chocolate doughs are formed with chocolates selected for their origin, but usually South American, whose terroir produces a darker, more "chocolatey" color. Then, bakers and apprentices shape the doughs into exact replicas of mathematical formula called the Sierpinski triangle.
However, since Sierpinski Triangle cookies are all-too-common, these are specially designed to "get creative"—Sierpinski squares! Your guests will be amazed, amused, and get their chocolate fix, all at once!
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