Posted by EatSomeSweets on Wednesday, January 4, 2012
There is something delicious about ordering a dessert in a restaurant where you have to wait for it to be cooked. It could mean, fresh? An odd concept I know, but we wait for our savory dishes (sin mexican). Ditch Plains has a Brownie baked in a Cast Iron Skillet, a personal skillet that is. It is about the size of a mini personal pizza, but tastes so much better. The batter is actually spooned into the skillet, then the skillet is placed in the oven and baked for about 15 minutes. 15 minutes provides you with the two best parts of a brownie, the crunchy side and the crunchy top layer covering the gooey fudge on the inside. Think heated brownie batter. It is certainly a dessert that should be shared with a least three hungry people. bit.ly/ditchplainswv
Sugar loves me, what can I say. I love desserts in NYC. I originally created this blog for my friend while she was pregnant with her first child.
I would usually bring a little something-something when I visited. These NYC desserts came from all around the city. It was from her pregnancy the idea to create a place for people to reference a dessert wherever they are in NYC was born.
The funny thing is, now her son doesn't like sweets or desserts..... go figure.
As we all know most New Yorkers do not venture outside their own neighborhoods. Hopefully EatSomeSweets will get you out.
The blog is designed to be extremely searchable on an SMS phone. IMO, I believe it is easier to choose a location than scroll through a bunch of postings.
Also, I do eat every dessert I post about. My desserts are eaten walking around NYC or on the treadmill.