To those who celebrate…
It all started with the salted caramel banana pudding… my love for Shortbread Society.
Shortbread Society is a ghost bakery dedicated to shortbread desserts via the brilliant duo, Chef Scottish Francis, and his wife, Christine. It operates via pop-up locations in Manhattan, Astoria, Jersey City, and Brooklyn. Purchases can also be made online through Goldbelly and in-person at Butterfield Madison in the city.
I first found out about them via Thrillist; they were advertising the salted caramel banana pudding at the time (Yum!!). Since then, I’ve been a big fan and follow them on Insta (@shortbreadsociety). All the shortbreads and puddings are delicious, def. rich, but just pure amazing. If you are looking to satisfy a sweet craving, check them out. Here are the ones that I’ve tried so far.
Reese’s Pieces Peanut Butter Cup Banana Pudding
Looking forward to what this year and new decade will bring!
So thankful for all my many blessings.
… to you and yours.
Looking back, 2018 was filled with so much love. Can’t wait for what 2019 will bring!
This Christmas -and the whole December really- has been a complete blur. Happy I got a chance to walk around and enjoy the beautiful 🎄🎄 all around. Here are my favorites…
Saw this beauty at Tiffany’s.
Bryant Park’s 🎄.
The beautiful and classic Rockefeller Center 🎄.
Henri Bendel wins for most creative tree in my book 😂. The tree is made of all different kinds of gift boxes.
This is the beautiful tree at the New York Junior League.
Another classic but one of my favorites, the 🎄 at the MET Museum 😇.
To those who celebrate…
From my family to yours ❤️
I love this time of year. I especially love walking around and enjoying the decorations and windows. This year seems to be the year of the robot. They were everywhere! 🤖🤖🤖
My first stop, Macy’s.
Second, Tiffany 💍.
My first time inside Henri Bendel! That is quite an impressive tree 😂. Too bad they are closing 😞.
Lastly, my absolute favorite, Bergdorf Goodman. I particularly like the fact that they played with the idea of using sweets in their displays this year with a gingerbread man window and bakery/cafe window.
So grateful for all the blessings I have. These few weeks showed me, more than most, how truly lucky I am. So thankful that I am surrounded by amazing family and friends. Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving.
I’ve been hiding underneath a rock for some time now and I’m finally resurfacing. Had such a great weekend with friends and family. Saturday, I braved the tourists and walked the Brooklyn Bridge to Brooklyn and back. This is the second time I’ve walked the bridge and I got to say it’s totally worth it. The sights, the sounds, and the company, I encourage all my fellow New Yorkers to do it at least once.