Dessert Union Square


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Union Jack Inform Square 7.5" Sugar Icing Cake Topper by simply topps

  • Place on top of an iced cake - butter icing, fondant or glace.
  • A perfect finishing touch for your cake
  • Instructions are sent with your topper.

$7.70

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Made from sugar icing and printed with edible ink, these toppers are a great way to "top" your cake. Each topper has a minimum 'best before' of 6 months from purchase.

Alcas 2-Oz Mini Mon Amour / Bijoux Square Dessert Cup 2.17" x 2.17" x 2.17" Prodigal - 60 Pieces by Alcas

  • Can be used, along with food, at low temperatures down to -13 °F;...
  • Use for displaying desserts in bakery or restaurant windows or...
  • Disposable semi-rigid cup made of food-safe injection-molded PS...

$34.35

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From Pasticceria Internazionale: Once again, the new Mini Mon Amour line has swept the market off its feet with its new look for spring/summer 2007, convincing even those who were skeptical about the last collection.A new concept of creativity in the world of pastry-making, an evolution/provocation for the sector, a new way of expressing with great simplicity the panache of the finest pastry chefs. A line that will certainly reserve new surprises in the future. Geometrical amazing shape lets you create small and unique masterpieces. Suitable for original creation that can be exhibited in your pastry and gelato shop. Clear polystyrene. For making, serving and eating desserts.


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Union Square Donuts - Somerville, MA (Phantom Gourmet)

Dan & Dave Andelman explore some of the tastiest mom and pop donut shops in New England, including Union Square Donuts in Somerville, Congdon's .

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Sweet Alchemy by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

Yigit Pura is a sugar fiend. and a pastry dynamo! His striking desserts have sparked excitement and devotion throughout his career, from the top pastry kitchens of New York and San Francisco to the winner's podium onTop Chef: Just Desserts. His sugar showcase is Tout Sweet Patisserie, his p?tisserie and dessert laboratory on San Francisco's Union Square. Now, in Sweet Alchemy, Yigit shares his approach to pastry and his sweet formulas for the very first time. He demonstrates how fun and, in fact, simple it can be to combine straightforward basics into beautiful, multilayered desserts. Each ingredient-driven chapter (sugar, flour, dairy, fruit, and chocolate) contains new twists on traditional recipes, such as Butterscotch Sauce, Sweet Almond Tart Dough, and Baked Berry Meringue Kisses. These playful sweets can be served on their own or combined into irresistible m?langes such as the Negroni Creamsicle, a composition of Citrus & Vanilla Bean Scented Panna Cotta, Grapefruit-Campari Gelee, and Ruby Red Grapefruit Supremes, or the Sexy Chocolate Coupe, a chocolate extravaganza that marries Dark Chocolate Cremeux to Bittersweet Flourless Chocolate Cake. This book brims with innovative recipes and classic techniques that will elevate your pastry game and bring you into Yigit's world. You will be inspired to create your own sweet alchemy.

$29.37

11-17-2016 Aval Y’a Nes

Your sons will take the place of your ancestors, and you will set them up as princes in all the \ earth. From generation to generation, I will cause your name to be remembered. Therefore people will thank you forever and ever. Psalm 45:16-17 Lord, I had this blog all planned out days earlier. I thought I had it completed and then you said, “Wait”. You had bigger plans for me. I wanted to write about some of the “real people” we’ve met on this trip, about their stories and how we have connected spiritually. Then that “epiphany thing” you do, hit me square in the heart. It happened when we went to visit an assisted living facility comprise completely of holocaust survivors. The ministry is supported by the International Christian Embassy of Jerusalem who invited our group to help bless and serve this pinnacle community in Haifa. I still have difficulty comprehending that these beautiful individuals with whom we now commune, are all survivors of the European Slaughter. I will only share one of their names (with permission) in this blog out of dignity to their privacy. Her name is Rita. The reason Rita so profoundly inspires me, besides her skill in English and the raucous wit of this 89 year old woman, is where we are now sitting. It is a place that most would call a Soup Kitchen or Community Kitchen. Five people sit at our table and around us, many other tables produce the chatter and clatter of lunchtime conversation. As I enjoy the great meal before me, the wonderful companionship, and Rita’s heartfelt telling of her wartime suffering, I’m taken back in my mind 45 years ago (Lord, has it really been that long. ) when I encountered a very similar room in what was then called Prague, Czechoslovakia. At that time I was a high-school student on a choir tour. It was a highly singular event because we were allowed to visit that place a mere 3 years after the invasion of the country by the Soviet Union. It was made even more profound by our travel liaison, Rudy whom for some reason took a liking to me and a few others of our troupe. Rudy obtained permission from our chaperones and asked four of us if we would want to join him for lunch. Then Rudy led us through a twisting labyrinth of alleyways to a busy market area, unlike anything I had ever encountered before. Many wore strange apron-like clothing that displayed long tassels dangling from the corners. Rudy said with a gleam in his eye, “This is a very old Jewish community, What many would know as a Ghetto. ” We entered a small doorway into busy-ness times twenty. The small room echoed with people who I observed sitting 4 to 8 around each of approximately 40 tables. The volume and electricity of the room amazed me and we were drawn immediately to the food line by a friendly old woman. I couldn’t understand a word she said. Rudy helped us with strange food choices and we found a table where we could sit with locals who accepted us readily. In broken English we learned that this was a Zup Kikh – Yiddish for Soup Kitchen. We were asked hundreds of questions about the United States, our families and how we came to be in this place. Lord I remember how overwhelmed I was with the interest and attention of this clan. We were consuming delicious food, but they were consuming our history, as if we were an amazing dish in some exotic restaurant. When Rudy finally broke us away from the meal, there were protesters. They were anxious for dessert. But we did escape and Rudy led us to one other site that I will never be able to erase from my mind’s eye. Kept by the fence was a very tall hill rising above us 30 feet or more in height. “This is the cemetery for the Ghetto,” Rudy explained. It has been like that for a long time, since at least World War Two, and it is why the hill is so high. ” His words soaked in with difficulty Lord. Bones upon bones. The current landscape included uncountable grave stones tilted at bizarre angles, many chipped and broken, facing all directions in haphazard fashion. I remember wondering if, after all our accomplishments, it this was possibly the true display of what. Source: Stepping Out In Faith

Latest News

  • Royale opens tonight in downtown Raleigh | News & Observer

    11/18/16 ,via News & Observer (blog)

    Royale opens Friday night in former Battistella's location in downtown Raleigh.

  • Buzz Briefs

    11/17/16 ,via Hickory Daily Record

    Immediately following the parade, the tree lighting ceremony will take place on Union Square. Former Hickory Following the concert, there will be a dessert reception and you can dance the night away with the big band sound of the Hickory Jazz

  • SF Macy's displaying adoptable baby animals in windows

    11/18/16 ,via KRON4.com

    SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Today the San Francisco SPCA and Macy's Union Square are unveiling the 30th annual Holiday Windows! The window displays feature adorable, adoptable cats and dogs who need loving homes. The Windows will open today at 5 p.m. at

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Day 7: 9hr+road trip from Orange to San Francisco, explored Union Square, fell in love with that kate spade bag & r… https://t.co/DLeJ8eKMPI 11/16/16, @iammmei

Books

  • Not For Tourists Guide to New York City 2014

    Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.. 2013. ISBN: 9781628735840,1628735848. 336 pages.

    The Not For Tourists Guide to New York City is a map-based, neighborhood-by-neighborhood dream guide designed to lighten the load of already street-savvy New Yorkers, commuters, business travelers, and yes, tourists too. Each map is marked with user-friendly icons identifying our favorite picks around town, from essentials to entertainment, and includes an invaluable neighborhood description written by locals, highlighting the most important features of each area. The book includes everything from restaurants, bars, shopping, and theater to information on hotels, airports, banks, transportation, and landmarks. Need to find the best pizza places around? NFT has you covered. How about a list of the top vintage clothing stores in the city? They’ve got that, too. The nearest movie theater,...

  • Sweet Alchemy

    Chronicle Books. 2014. ISBN: 9781452130613,1452130612. 224 pages.

    Yigit Pura is a sugar fiend . . . and a pastry dynamo! His striking desserts have sparked excitement and devotion throughout his career, from the top pastry kitchens of New York and San Francisco to the winner's podium on Top Chef: Just Desserts. His sugar showcase is Tout Sweet Patisserie, his pâtisserie and dessert laboratory on San Francisco's Union Square. Now, in Sweet Alchemy, Yigit shares his approach to pastry and his sweet formulas for the very first time. He demonstrates how fun and, in fact, simple it can be to combine straightforward basics into beautiful, multilayered desserts. Each ingredient-driven chapter (sugar, flour, dairy, fruit, and chocolate) contains new twists on traditional recipes, such as Butterscotch Sauce, Sweet Almond Tart Dough, and Baked Berry Meringue...

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  • A destination on the rise at Phoenicians Palace

    11/18/16 ,via Times Union

    Rahal, who has been working on the project for more than 18 months, took over 12,000 square feet of space previously occupied ... Israeli and Italian cuisines and French desserts. "People asked me why a kosher-style deli," said Rahal.

  • Royale opens Friday night in downtown Raleigh

    11/18/16 ,via The News & Observer

    Seizer and Bardyn sat down recently to talk about the new restaurant, which Seizer described as a “French version of Union Square Cafe,” the New York ... said he wants to offer classic fun desserts: milk and cookies, banana split, salted caramel ...

  • San Francisco Macy’s displaying adoptable baby animals in store windows

    11/18/16 ,via KRON4

    SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Today the San Francisco SPCA and Macy’s Union Square are unveiling the 30th annual Holiday ... The unveiling will be hosted by Top Chef Just Dessert winner Yigit Pura, and children in the De Marillac Academy choir will perform ...

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