We had dinner at a neighbors' house the other night, and I was assigned the dessert. I decided to make cookies, but realized that I was out of all-purpose flour, and the closest thing I had to it was bread flour. Unsure of what the difference was, I googled it and found out that apparently it has a higher gluten content than all-purpose flour, which makes for a chewier cookie. The site had a recipe from Alton Brown for cookies made with bread flour, so I decided to try them. They were very good-thick, soft, and chewy. I'm not sure how they would turn out with regular flour, but I suspect they would be just fine and maybe just a tad less chewy. Below is the recipe, and here is a link to the web page where I found the recipe.