One of their top recommendations is a flourless chocolate cake. Nothing to see here, folks.
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And it's right next door to Citizen Cake!
That's pronounced "en-doo-ya."
Suppositori Spelling is hosting, and the party's at Truck.
"My mom used to tell me, 'The kitchen is not for boys!' She wanted me doing boy things, like, I don't know, run around outside or something." Top Chef: Just Desserts winner Yigit Pura in a new Chron profile...
Rikki Garcia, most recently of the Village Pub and formerly at Brick, moves into the pastry seat.
Via the L.A. 'Times' we hear the tale of some cash-strapped Benedictine monks who are trying harder than ever this year to sell their brandy-dipped fruitcakes.
Hanukkah is a "holiday that calls for eating oil-soaked, deep-fried delicacies."
But Serious Eats disagrees, chooses Elizabeth's Chocolate Pub Cake.
Still obsessed after his tour of S.F.'s new "micro-patisseries," as he calls them, Jonathan Kauffman puts together a pictorial today of his five favorite pastries, including the blueberry-cream cheese muffin at Baker and Banker Bakery, and the afore-drooled-over pomme d'amour...
It's just a side-gig, but Falkner will be rewriting the restaurant's dessert menu.
Keller asked Bouchon Bakery to whip up something cute.
They figure that like calling prunes "dried plums" they might improve sales.
Taste of Denmark is a worker-owned cooperative from some former Neldam's employees.
A pop-up pie window at the Kitchenette sandwich shop.
Another mobile cupcake operation hits the Peninsula.
The new bakery, the third in a quickly growing empire, opened over the weekend.
The apotheosis of wacky ice cream shops get the 'Times' mag treatment.
Remember how we warned you about pine nut mouth? In this new interview with CHOW, Range pastry chef Michelle Polzine talks about a recent bout with the phenomenon, which left her unable to taste her own food for a week....