These are my take on Toll House chocolate chip cookies; just better! They are my most requested cookie when company comes over! They are so good. The white chocolate has to be chopped fine so 1/4 is almost a flour, and the rest tiny chunks. The white chocolate 'flour' melts into the batter to impart a super nice flavour. You will get perfectly sized cookies using a tablespoon measure. I find a stainless steel one is perfect for evenly sized cookies. Don't pack or shape/handle the dough to keep them tender. Scoop out with your finger and dump on the cookie sheets. If you want thinner cookies for making ice cream cookie sandwiches, cut back the flour to 2 1/4 cups. If you have an old fashioned nut grinder, this is the best tool for chopping the white chocolate (so you get some 'flour' and the pecans so there is some nut dust to flavour the dough.