Happy Pi Day! In honor of March 14 (3.14 — get it?) we’ve picked out the city’s best slices of pie. The dessert has long been the new cupcake – and it’s easy to see why.
The folks at The Little Pie Company in Hell’s Kitchen joined us on The Couch. Owner Arnold Wilkerson brought along his signature pie, the Sour Cream Apple Walnut, along with favorites like Mississippi Mud Pie and Southern Pecan.
Because everything is better with bacon, right?
Nothing screams Pennsylvania Dutch warm-weather cooking than a good, old-fashioned apple dumpling. Be the hit at your next tailgate party with this sweet fall treat.
Are you as excited as we are that apples are back in season? The crisp is in the air and this year’s fresh crop of apples has begun flooding the market. That means it’s time for apple-filled sweet treats. Here’s a round-up of New York’s best.
In the midst of preparing and packing all the paraphernalia that needs to be transported for a tailgating event, dessert is often left forgotten. For those with a sweet tooth that crave something a little more fancy, nothing tickles the palate as much as dainty, pretty, one-bite cake pops.
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.
Bite-sized desserts are popping up all over the city. These small sweets are addictive – and the best part? No mess and no utensils. If you’re looking to get your sugar fix, here are our favorite places to get these tiny confections.
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?
After the ice is shaved into a cup, they put on fruit or other toppings, then a sauce. My fruit choices were blueberries, strawberries or frozen grapes. I went for strawberries and frozen grapes, which sounded intriguing.
Few things make the young and the young-at-heart happier on a hot day than a few scoops of cool ice cream smothered with warm hot fudge, dollops of whipped cream, and a bright red cherry. Here’s some of the best places serving up awesome hot fudge sundaes in New York.
There are many ways to cool off during a hot city summer, and here’s another one: An Icy Introduction, a stand selling Caribbean-style SnoBalls, SnoCreams and Slushes.
What would you say to having dessert for breakfast? Chef John Deloach of Lavo Restaurant joined The Couch to show us how to transform a breakfast classic into a decadent dessert.
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).
They steep giant teabags filled with organic Earl Grey Tea leaves in a special custard. The result is a strong tea flavor in a sweet and creamy ice cream base. There was no tannin or bitterness, as you can sometimes get when drinking hot Earl Grey tea, if it sits around too long.