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Cookies

  1. Foodievent
    Cookie Monsters Converge in WilliamsburgBring your home-baked cookies to the Soft Spot on Saturday.
  2. In the Magazine
    Corton, Cookbooks, Cookies, Cabbage SoupAdam Platt on Corton, Gael Greene on 10 Downing, openings from Rob and Robin, and more in this week’s magazine.
  3. Mediavore
    DOH Launching a Dining Blog; Obama Beating McCain in Cookie WarA Dean & DeLuca that serves burgers, and an unnecessary look inside one chef’s apartment, from our glance at the morning headlines.
  4. Baked Goods
    What to Eat (or Crush Into a Ball of Crumbs) During the Debate: Palin Cookies!Are cookies bearing the likenesses of the vice-presidential candidates safe?
  5. Mediavore
    Studio B Tries to Get Cabaret License; Ruby Tuesday Denies Role inPlus how to make the perfect chocolate-chip cookies, the history of fried milk, and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  6. Mediavore
    Cookbook Bloggers Are Nuts; ‘Flavor Tripping’ With Miracle FruitPlus: the return of Hydrox cookies, the rise of ricotta, which restaurants the ‘Sex and the City’ movie filmed at, and more in our morning roundup of news and gossip.
  7. Mediavore
    Bloomberg’s a Cookie Fiend; L.A. Resists Cupcake TrendMayor Bloomberg calls the oatmeal-raisin cookies served up at Gracie Mansion “addictive,” an opinion not shared by Giuliani, who didn’t care for the in-house baker’s sweets. [NYDN] Fresh owner Eric Tevrow pleaded guilty to pocketing more than $1 million in sales and payroll taxes from his restaurants. [NYP] Tickets for Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s tribute dinner at next year’s South Beach Wine & Food Festival have already sold out, despite being $500 a pop. Naturally, scalpers are already reselling them on eBay. [NYP]
  8. Foodievents
    Zac Young’s Chocolate Cookie Dress Is Red-Carpet Ready Pastry chef Zac Young of Butter has teamed up with designer Nicole Romano to showcase what they consider their masterpiece: “Bakewear,” a tempting — and totally edible — dress. The fashion statement will make its debut at the 10th Anniversary Chocolate Show tonight, where, among the various demonstrations and tastings, designers will unveil their chocolate-inspired looks. During last night’s pre-show fitting, Young talked about how model Ashley Moss would be sporting the frock — which is made of 600 cookies — on the CBS Early Show come Friday morning: “She’s gonna be outside in the freezing cold with her ta-tas getting all hard, breaking my cookies!”
  9. Openings
    Dessert Award Winner to Bring Her Cookies to Gramercy The winner of Tuesday’s Golden Scoop award for Best Bakery Recipe is coming to Gramercy soon — not that there’s a connection. Kelli Bernard of Amai Tea and Bake House says that plans have been in the works for her new retail bakery and tea house for a while. But the wait is over. “We’re going to open in two months, in early August,” she tells us from Alaska, where she’s currently on vacation. The signature item, naturally, looks to be her prize-winning green-tea sweet, a kind of sugar cookie made with matcha, the tea used in traditional Japanese ceremonies.
  10. At the Greenmarket
    Ramps Signal Spring; Ripe and Runny Cheese Comes Early The pink, white, and green flag of spring has been raised: Little ramplets reared their heads a few inches from the damp earth last weekend, and Greenmarketers are already engulfed in the savory fumes of their oniony funk.
  11. Blueprint
    An Interactive Tour of the Country’s Greenest Food BusinessMaury Rubin has more on his mind than pretzel croissants. The chef-owner of bi-coastal branches of the City Bakery has become consumed of late with food miles, volatile organic compounds, and wax-lined coffee cups, those pernicious symbols of our disposable (but non-biodegradable) society. He has just opened the second outpost of Birdbath (code name: Sparrow), his pastry-shop side project that originated as a way to generate cash flow out of the front of his East Village commercial kitchen and has become, according to Rubin, “the greenest food business in the country.”