I have searched for a brownie recipe that produces those very heavy, moist, dense style brownies that you get at bakeries. I have yet to find a recipe I want to make a second time. Well, one of my Xmas gifts is a new cookbook "Welcome To Junior's" by Walter and Marvin Rosen. Its a diner thats been famous in Brooklyn for decades. Anyhow, their brownie recipe reads: 4 sticks butter 10 oz bittersweet chocolate 3 1/4 C flour 2 tsp salt 9 extra large eggs 4 C sugar 2 T vanilla 4 C chopped walnuts Now, my question is, can this be the recipe I have searched for? It seems way too rich with all the butter and eggs. It uses just a 9x13 pan. Before I invest the small fortune to try out this recipe, those of you who know baking...does this recipe sound right? Btw, the cookbook is a very fun read and has many recipes that sound fantastic. Its not a culinary masterpiece, but then I tend to enjoy cookbooks with stories and history.