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(image via Le Pain Quotidien) I don’t typically do traditional gift guides, so this is more like a list of some cool things I’ve seen around that I would like (or already got for myself). Maybe a sweet tooth in your life would like them too!
Here’s a sweet tip! Hannukah is coming up on 12/16 and William Greenberg Desserts has some really cute Hannukah Gingerbread Houses as well as the more traditional Gingerbread House. Adorable!
UPDATE- We have a winner. Thanks to all of the participants! Getting into the holiday spirit, the U.S. Postal Service is selling limited edition gingerbread house stamps, and to celebrate, they sent me a Wilton’s Gingerbread House Kit to use in a giveaway. Hurray! The contest is open to all people in the NYC area, […]
(photo via William Greenberg) Rosh Hashanah is on Wed. September 4th this year, time for the Jewish New Year and to celebrate with sweets! Here are a few places offering Rosh Hashanah sweets and some ordering info.
Happy Rosh Hashanah! Hope this will be a sweet year for us all!
Happy Halloween everyone, I hope this year is extra sweet and spooky! Tweet
It’s time for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and it’s traditional to eat sweet things at this time to usher in a sweet new year.
Remember to get your Hamantashen and candy for Shalach Manot gift baskets (Purim is March 20th)! Oh! Nuts has ideas here!
Check out this hilarious video (and catchy song) by The Superions (featuring Fred Schneider on vocals)! “Whatcha making? Fruitcake!”
Happy Holidays my Sweets! Here are some pics for you! These lovely Eggshell ornaments are from Three Tarts!
The very talented Alisa Harris made this really cute hot chocolate recipe / holiday card comic. Click and enjoy!
While I always love going to Chelsea Market, it’s especially fun during the holidays! And now there’s Jingle, a holiday pop-up shop, to add to the merriment. These cute cupcake beanies are from Fred Flare!
Kyotofu announces Fall flavors and free cupcakes on 10/30!
Tablet has posted a really fun apples and honey taste test for Rosh Hashanah. Check it out! Also Shake Shack is getting into the spirit with Apple & Honey concretes! Bond Street chocolates has a chocolate Moses!
Happy Chanukah (which starts tonight)!Traditionally on Chanukah Jews eat fried foods (like Potato Latkes) to represent the miracle of the oil lasting miraculously long. So sweets-wise a traditional food is jelly-filled donuts or Sufganiyot. Here’s a recipe and I’ll be on the lookout for stores that sell them this week! Of course the other Chanukah […]