As a fun and innovative way to celebrate the 2022 Holiday Season, the Museum of the City of New York invited top bakeries and amateur bakers from across the city to enter Gingerbread New York City: the Great Burrough Bake-Off – the museum’s first-ever holiday event aimed at honoring the communities in each of the five boroughs. Select bakers created their own unique gingerbread display to represent their respective neighborhoods, inspired by the theme Winter in New York. A group of prominent New York City-based bakers, curators, and restaurant owners judged the final designs.
Geoffrey said a funny thing to me today, which is that he read on the Interwebs that Winter Storm Juno was not so much a Blizzard as it was “a Storm with a Very Good Publicist.” Hah! So true. Juno failed to completely kick our asses to the curb but it did leave about six inches of white fluffy stuff on the ground.
At lunch today, I went for a walk in the hood and took some pictures. This is what it looked like around Noon on the day after the snowstorm in the East Village, NYC. Continue reading NYC East Village: Post-Juno in the Park!
Holiday Snowmen Cupcakes: the Cuteness. Make them yourself with the recipe found at This Link or just dress up a box of Cupcakes from the store, then take all the credit! Be creative! It’s Christmas!
It is at least somewhat of a relief to us snow-plagued New Yorkers to know that other parts of the country are also “enjoying” similarly crap weather this winter! Tragically, it appears that a couple of fed-up snowmen have resorted to impaling themselves on the Ellifritt Structure located at the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Wyoming. Because, seriously, enough with the snow already!
Thanks To Great White Snark For The Image!