To celebrate the important holiday, TV 10-55’s own Cookie Monster, Alex Denis took the Mobile Couch to Levain’s Bakery on the Upper West Side.
The scouts will be stationed at 25 corporate offices and public venues on Monday, when schools are closed for Veterans Day.
October is here and the fall season is in full swing, bringing it with it some things we love about fall: Chilly weather, warm drinks and pumpkin treats.
For today’s Mobile Couch, Alex Denis paid a visit to Sarabeth’s Kitchen, where she made Chocolate Clouds.
Here at CBSNewYork.com, we’re big fans of Eleni’s Cookies -the confections consistently make their way to the top of our city cooking rankings. So how does owner Eleni Gianopulos turn cookies into conversation starters?
Who makes the best cookie in New York City? We sent TV 10-55’s Alex Denis on a mission to find out.
We brought home an assortment of cookies to enjoy with our family – and enjoy them we did. Our goodie bag included a snickerdoodle ($2), flourless chocolate walnut ($2.25) and a macarella ($3).
Brooklyn has always been home to numerous great bakeries, with a few new ones poised to join the long-standing ranks. Whether you’re looking for a slice of homemade pie or a rendition of Ebinger’s famous Brooklyn Blackout Cake, here are the borough’s best.
A New York City food truck is getting in on the excitement of Saturday’s Belmont Stakes.
From cookies featuring the faces of Oscar-nominated actors to a bacon-infused delight, these five NYC bakeries are happily rolling out some of the best dough in the city. Here are our picks for the best cookies.
American troops will be getting a taste of home this holiday season with “Operation Cookie.”
About a million cookies in thousands of boxes are being sent off to U.S. soldiers overseas as a gift from Nassau County Girl Scouts.
Forget the pretzels and hot dogs. New York City’s parks may soon be offering a more diverse selection of foods.
Cookie swaps are a festive way to get everyone together and have a wide variety of cookies – without having to bake them all yourself!
Call it a “cupcake crime.” Two 13-year-old boys from Westchester County set up what they thought was a simple, harmless bake sale. That is, until the police showed up.