Like a beacon in the night, the brightly lit Tasty Pastry Shoppe beckoned us in from the frigid-cold temperatures we subjected ourselves to while making our annual pilgrimage to the famous Christmas lights in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn.
Do a black and white cookie blog for a while and the cookies start coming to you.
These babies were brought to me from Long Island, home of many things that once were great in NYC but are slightly better there (because all the city folk moved out there over the years!) Continue reading
I didn’t actually get myself to Gold’s, but while staying with friends in the area, they brought one back for me to try. You know, because I’m the “black and white cookie lady” and all. Continue reading
It tools me a few tries to get a slice of Ovenly’s Blackout Cake. On a trip to the Greenpoint location, I had black and white cookies on the brain Continue reading
A lesser-known and lesser-loved NYC tourist classic, I’ve never really given Benash much thought besides their neon signs until I realized they had black and whites Continue reading
I saw something posted calling their Blackout cake the “best chocolate cake.” Hmm. I had to investigate — those are some pretty big claims. Continue reading
I was passing by the recently renovated Kossar’s one evening and was pleasantly surprised to see a plastic container full of black and white minis. Continue reading