Bringing a taste of New York to Toronto!!!
black and white cookie, a New York City classic made famous by an
episode of Seinfeld, is something that New York City residents swear
by. There's something really special about a black and white cookie.
In fact, it's not a regular cookie at all. It's a cake recipe that's
been adapted to create a unique light and moist, spongy cake-like
style cookie, which is covered in half vanilla fondant and half
chocolate. When local Chef Jesse Zanuttini of Cravings Cuisine tried
one for the first time, he instantly fell in love with this half
cake, half cookie delicacy. Only to discover when he wanted one
a few months later, there were none true to the original to be found
in Toronto. This is what inspired him to recreate this classic for
Toronto residents. Jesse worked his culinary magic, and along with
some secrets passed down from a legendary New York City baker, he's
now perfected the Big Cookie from the Big Apple for all of us here
to enjoy! As Jerry Seinfeld once said, "Look to the cookie!!!"
To place an order for Black and White cookies visit: www.cravingscaters.com
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Seinfeld's stand-up as funny as ever
Cravings Cuisine was selected to make the "official" Black & White cookies for the Jerry Seinfeld Live show in Toronto at the Sony Centre For The Performing Arts, May 4-5, 2012. cravingscuisine.com
“Let me tell you this: I’m old, I’m rich and I’m tired,” the 58-year-old New Yorker told an audience member in the first of his four sold-out shows Friday night in Toronto, in answer to whether he was thinking of doing another television series. “Now I’ve gotta go.
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