Glass one of the few pâtissiers in the category who is not currently working in New York, and one of only two who are self-taught.
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Mrs. Top-Chef-Champ cooked up a winner with her take on a lemon tart.
We suppose this means the almighty cupcake isn't going away anytime soon.
Both locations are updating their lineups on Friday.
While the South Philly shop is still coming together, the owner's serving her goods at Center City's Christmas Village.
The project took more than a year to come together.
The new chocolate bar doesn't come cheap.
The forthcoming bar is made with what was once touted as the world's finest chocolate.
There's a bunch of new pies on offer, and none of them are pumpkin.
There'll be chocolate trees, though unfortunately no rivers of the stuff.
The doughnuts and fried chicken crew decided yesterday they were ready for business today.
Ironically, in spite of there being no line, she still had to wait 15 minutes for the first bite.
Get ready for maple bacon fancies, and cowboy coffee fried chicken.
The Inquirer critic says Magpie's pie is really, really good.
Is it cookie o'clock yet?
Take a look, if you dare.
Somebody's getting cut from the family photos.
The "nanna-chic" shop will specialize in sweet and savory pies.
The 116-year-old company is very secretive about how the Junior Mints get made.
The brand, Sugarpova, includes tennis-ball-shaped gum balls, of course.