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Whoopie Pies

guttergourmet Mar 21, 2009 10:23 AM

NY Times article got me jonesing for one. There's a stand at Union Square Greenmarket that sells authentic ones, chocolate and pumpkin. Whoopie!

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    CornflakeGirl RE: guttergourmet Mar 21, 2009 06:00 PM

    Who's stand is it?

    The best I've had so far came from Baked in Red Hook. Simply divine!

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      Eddie H. RE: CornflakeGirl Mar 22, 2009 07:15 AM

      As I recall, it's the Oak Grove Plantation (Ted Blew) stand. I've never tried the whoopie pies, but I do love the rest of the items he sells.


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        cheesecake17 RE: CornflakeGirl Mar 27, 2009 09:19 AM

        The ones from Baked are awesome! Their cookbook has the recipe, and Martha Stewart demonstrated the pumpkin whoopie pie recipe on her show. I made the pumpkin ones and they were delicious.

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        Eddie H. RE: guttergourmet Mar 22, 2009 07:14 AM

        Try them at Glaser's Bake Shop on 87th and 1st. Terrific!


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          jackieparis RE: Eddie H. Mar 23, 2009 06:39 AM

          I totally agree with you. I live a block away from Glaser's and I can't get enough of their whoopie pies!

        2. GoodGravy RE: guttergourmet Mar 22, 2009 09:57 AM

          I bought some at Dag Hammarskjold plaza farmer's market. Pumpkin and chocolate. Don't remember the name though.

          1. Peter Cuce RE: guttergourmet Mar 22, 2009 03:35 PM

            One Girl Cookies has great Whoopie Pies. Looking at my pictures makes me want to have one right now.

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              thegirlnextdoor RE: Peter Cuce Mar 24, 2009 08:04 PM

              Omg. The best. Worth the trip out to Brooklyn.

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                CornflakeGirl RE: Peter Cuce Mar 26, 2009 09:32 AM

                I tried them a little over a year ago and was not impressed at all. The pumpkin was just okay and the chocolate was either over baked or just plain stale. Dry and crumbly. It was pretty bad. I should have brought it back but couldn't be bothered at the time. I never went back.

                An I was a little turned off by he fact that they were advertising that they were the first(or only?) bakery to serve whoopie pies when baked was already selling them.

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                  Peter Cuce RE: CornflakeGirl Mar 26, 2009 02:12 PM

                  The ones I had were good.

              2. Emmmily RE: guttergourmet Mar 24, 2009 08:33 PM

                Tried the chocolate this past weekend. A little sweet for my taste, but pretty good. I'd recommend a glass of milk to go with.

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                  MacGuffin RE: guttergourmet Apr 27, 2009 11:03 AM

                  That vendor has the BEST whoopies I've had so far and they're good enough that I'm willing to travel up to Columbia on Thursdays to buy them (Union Square won't permit them to be sold there, unfortunately). I like the fact that the chocolate ones are a bit drier at the edges--they're supposed to be simple, homemade-type goodies. They also have the right amount of filling, they're neither too large or too sweet, and the filling doesn't stick to the roof of your mouth. Second best is Labadie's in Maine (especially the peanut butter), third would be Wicked Whoopies (which are just too cloying), and fourth would be the dismal offerings at Whole Foods.

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