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That’s a delicious tongue-twister, right? This week I got the chance to sample cocktail brownies and blondies from Brunchies, a new bakery in NYC! I love brownies and blondies any day, but what made these unique was the flavors. With options like Raspberry Kiss, Mudslide, Rum Away With Me, White Whiskey, Rum Raisin, and Mama [...]
Bacon and chocolate have been a popular combination for a while now (with notable sweets from Roni-Sue and Vosges) and now Baconery is here to meet the public’s demand in the bacony baked goods arena with a full line of sweet and meaty goodies! Recently, they provided me with some samples and I had fun [...]
I was excited for the return of Mad. Sq. Mark’t Eats which brings loads of great food artisans to the Flatiron area through June 3rd. The line-up has some of the same vendors as last Fall like Roberta’s and Sigmund Pretzelshop (both recommended) and new ones like Momofuku Milk Bar and Nunu Chocolates. I’m still [...]
I posted this a little early this week! Limelight Marketplace (more details to come)! Limelight Marketplace 6th Ave. & 20th St., NYC http://www.limelightmarketplace.com Buy an 11×14 signed high quality giclee print of this comic for $29 (plus $6.50 shipping)!
I’ve been informed that December 8th is National Brownie day! Brownies are one of my favorite sweets, so to celebrate I’ve put together a list of what I think are the TOP 5 NYC BROWNIES!
This has been quite a weekend. Two book signings, the Chile Pepper Fiesta, and the Atlantic Antic. Somehow, I’ve managed to survive all of the fun I’ve been having ^_^ Anyway, here is a photo parade from Saturday’s Chile Pepper Fiesta at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Yes! After The L Magazine’s web makeover, The City Sweet Tooth comic is back! Here I highlight two faves from the Fancy Food Show : Mari’s NYC and Sweet Bliss. Click here to read!
For those who observe Passover, kosher for Passover candy can bring a lot of fond memories. Raspberry jelly rings, macaroons, fruit slices, that Barton’s chocolate you were encouraged to sell to your elders every year (just like girl scout cookies!).