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Entenmann's Baked Goods

  • Blogs

    July 10, 2012

    Mike Bloomberg Doesn't Find "Big Gulp" March Very Funny (Even Though It Is)

    New Yorkers opposed to Mayor Mike Bloomberg's proposed ban on big-boy sodas marched in front of City Hall yesterday in what's been dubbed the "Million Big-Gulp March."The title, obviously, is a play on the 1995 "Million Man March" on Washington D.C., and is a pretty funny idea considering the less-t ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 3, 2012

    Mike "Everything In Moderation" Bloomberg To Preside Over Hot Dog Contest Weigh-In

    What was that thing Mayor Mike Bloomberg said about eating in "moderation?" If we're not mistaken, it went a little something like this: the mayor's proposed ban on big-boy cups for sugary drinks like soda is just "encouragement to do things in moderation."That said, food-bully Bloomberg this mornin ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 6, 2012

    The Best Places To Smoke Weed in NYC

    Hey man...yeah, we know it's early, too. Are you seriously watching all of Star Trek: The Next Generation right now? Dude that's crazy. Riker like, gets turned into a Klingon or some shit on one of those episodes, right? No, I'm good for right now, thanks. I have to work! But is there any pizza lef ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 1, 2012

    Mike Bloomberg Honors Largest Box Of Donuts Ever Made After Proposing Ban On Soda Served In Big-Boy Cups

    While yesterday may have been Mayor Mike Bloomberg's You're Too Fat And Stupid To Make Your Own Decision About Soda Day, today is officially "National Donut Day," and the mayor isn't just celebrating, he's expected to sign a proclamation letter honoring the 75th anniversary of a day that celebrates ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 5, 2012

    Pancioc at Il Cantuccio

    The pancioc from Il Cantuccio is an unparalleled chocolate delivery system that functions most advantageously at breakfast time. Chocolate croissants (a/k/a pain au chocolat) are fab, but let's face it -- the filling sometimes tastes a little too much like Nutella. Entenmann's chocolate donuts are ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 11, 2011

    Dish No. 57: Peels' Monkey Bread

    Rebecca Marx​ Webbed with cinnamon and slathered with sweetened mascarpone cheese, the monkey bread that Shuna Fish Lydon makes at Peels is reminiscent of the Entenmann's breakfast pastries of our childhood, only about 10,000 times better.

  • Blogs

    June 24, 2011

    We're Bananas for Peels' Monkey Bread

    Rebecca Marx​ It had been awhile since we'd been into Peels, but yesterday, remembering the bliss we'd found in Shuna Fish Lydon's St. Louis Sticky Gooey Cake, we decided to remedy the situation.

  • Blogs

    January 6, 2011

    Battle of the West Eighth Street Chocolate Chip Cookies: Sarivole v. Insomnia

    Rebecca MarxInsomnia's chocolate chunk on the left, Sarivole's on the right.​ Insomnia Cookies has sat on West Eighth Street since 2008, and during that time has cultivated the loyalties of numerous NYU students thanks to its namesake product: cookies delivered throughout the wee hours, usual ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 30, 2010

    Fat Pants Friday: Gold Label Gourmet Food's Raisin and Cheese Pastry

    ​There's something about being handed a warm pastry through a shop window that makes it taste better than it would if it were just plucked from the confines of a glass display case. Such is the case with the specimen above: it's a raisin and cheese roll purchased from Brighton Beach's Gold Lab ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 9, 2009

    Ladies of America, Please Meet Harlem Artist James De La Vega

    Nom nom nom nom Fuck the skinny bitches, image-oppressed women of New York, you are loved--and all correspondences, marriage proposals, parachute undies, should all be directed here. James, you can thank us later! (Swear to Jesus, we did not place that box of Entenmann's pastries there on the sidew ... More >>

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