At Dugan’s Sandwich Shop, the art of building a good sandwich begins with the bread.
Sea Cliff resident David Shalam turned a passion for baking into a second career, and his whole family helps out with Heritage Bakers.
Massapequa is rockin’ cupcakes in all shapes and sizes at JJ’s on Merrick Road.
A baker is very nearly showing off at new shop; pick a tomato pie or a chocolate salted caramel pie with a pretzel crust.
R&S Meat Market in Huntington Village takes the cake.
This is not a bakery; it’s a “dessert shop” with speciality cupcakes for all seasons.
To think it all began with pumpkin bread.
Commemorate National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day with some ugly Christmas sweater cookies.
“There’s something about making people happy via food that resonates with me on a much deeper, visceral level,” says Cohen.
It seems Italians will always find an excuse for a feast, even during the 40 days of Lent when meat consumption is prohibited and favorites like prosciutto are off limits. And they’ve found one in St. Joseph’s Day, March 19.
A culinary cousin to dumplings, raviolis, empanadas and pierogis, the knish was brought by Jewish immigrants the United States in the early 20th century. It’s a pocket of carbohydrate heaven, a pillow of whipped potato wrapped in a flaky golden crust.
Voted best gluten-free menu and organic eatery on Long Island by the readers of the Long Island Press and rated by Delight Gluten-Free Magazine as one of the best gluten-free bakeries in America, Ms. Michelle’s serves an array of organic, gluten-free treats.