Within one New York City block, or even one small park, a million different worlds exist. Depending on what your interests are, who you know and (possibly) how much money you have, your experience in New York will be quite different. You never know who you’ll run into or what you will find.
ARCHIVE FOR September, 2006
Anne Haigh of the Pittsburgh Tribune Review picked Tea Sweets from Amai as a “standout product” from the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City. Ms. Haigh writes: “Tea Sweets, by Amai Tea & Bake House (www.amainyc.com). Made with wholesome, natural ingredients (tea leaves and spices), adventurous flavors (lemongrass & ginger, Earl Grey & [...]
You can now get your Amai fix through Dean & Deluca. Our 24-Cookie Tea Sweets gift box is available through the Dean & Deluca website and catalog until the end of the holiday season. I have spent many hours looking through the impressive cakes, cookies and gifts in this wonderful catalog, and it’s a great [...]
It’s back…Pastryscoop is holding their annual fall conference on October 22, 2006 at the French Culinary Institute in New York City. Unlike many conference programs I have seen lately, I am impressed with the range of topics being offered.