"Most people don't bake their own cookies," says Russ White as a metaphor for why whitebox isn't for everyone. He is right, of course, but how far does this extend? Baking cookies is a simple task that's easy to learn, uses readily available tools, and gives you control of your cookie recipe.
I make biscuits (cookies) occasionally, and I get to choose the ingredients, flavor and presentation. There is plenty of recipes and advice on the Internet. With a few hours of practice, I can make good cookies that are better than store-bought in almost every . . .
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