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ARCHIVE FOR March, 2005

Sugar High Friday – Caramel Cakes

The sweet effects of this caramel dessert will last well past Friday.

by on March 18th, 2005
International Chocolate Panel and Tasting

An international chocolate extravaganza at the 92nd Street Y brought together chocolate experts and fine vendors from around the world for a night of discussion, tasting and ultimately, over indulgence of all things chocolate.

by on March 17th, 2005
Not Just Tongs and Test Tubes

The MIT Laboratory for Chocolate Science spreads the appreciation of chocolate on campus.

by on March 15th, 2005
International Chocolate Tasting with John Scharffenberger

John Scharffenberger, Co-Founder of Scharffen Berger Chocolates, will be teaching a course in international chocolate tasting on May 5.

by on March 14th, 2005
New York: The King of Convenience

A great place for dessert is not just found at the big names like MarieBelle or Balthazar, but at all of the neighborhood shops conveniently located on almost every corner of this great city.

by on March 12th, 2005
Galco’s Soda Pop Stop

Over 500 types of soda pop stocked and ready to ship to your stoop.

by on March 11th, 2005
Dessert Week Wrap-Up

Seven dessert places in seven days and I barely scratched the surface of all New York has to offer.

by on March 10th, 2005
Dessert Week – Day 7: Chocolate Haven

A true haven for high quality, reasonably priced chocolates.

by on March 9th, 2005
Dessert Week – Day 6: Serendipity 3

Serendipity 3 has been serving up their famous Frrrozen Hot Chocolates for over 50 years, and the public still can’t get enough.

by on March 7th, 2005
Dessert Week – Day 5: Magnolia Bakery

This old-fashioned bakery specializes in freshly made, brightly colored cupcakes that are as beautiful as they are delicious.

by on March 6th, 2005

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Capogiro Gelato
Magnolia Bakery
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Jin Patisserie
Orwasher’s Bakery

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BabyCakes: Vegan and Gluten Free Baking
by Erin McKenna

Super Natural Cooking
by Heidi Swanson

BakeWise: The how's and whys of successful baking.
by Shirley O. Corriher

Baked Brooklyn
by Matt Lewis

Atlas Shrugged
by Andrea Dinoto

Atlas Shrugged
by Ellen Williams

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An interest, that turned into a blog, that turned into a career. Kelli Bernard is now the owner and baker of Amai Tea & Bake House.

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