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Apple Streudel for "German-Themed Video Game Shindig" 8th birthday party?

ZenFoodist Nov 14, 2011 08:59 AM

I knew you'd be curious ;)

So....our wacky chowpup has requested a "German-themed Videogame Shindig" for his 8th birthday party. Go figure. It was about time he chose t honor our half-Austrian roots. The wursts, homemade kraut, Bavarian pretzels, beer, Rieslings, cheese boards, Wii and Xbox-shaped sugar cookies etc have all been sorted out. I have zero desire to bake a streudel. I was thinking the apple crumb at La Cheesecake, however I thing a warm streudel with vanilla ice cream might be nicer.

Any suggestions?

Danke Schon,
lisa

  1. bobjbkln Nov 16, 2011 08:04 AM

    It's been a long time since I've been there and they sometimes change their bakery suppliers, but I thing that Eagle Provisions had apple strudel at their deli counter. Call to check. Although you have a purveyor for your other stuff, Eagle also a variety of wursts and barrel kraut.

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    Eagle Provisions
    628 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

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      pds8232 Nov 15, 2011 08:34 AM

      Just another suggestion, Zabar's has excellent fresh streudel. We recently came back from a trip to Eastern Europe and we had Apple Streudel in both Vienna and Budapest.
      The winner, from Gerbaud Pastry in Budapest.

      http://tauckeasterneurope2011.shutter...

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        Amy Mintzer Nov 16, 2011 07:50 AM

        I second the Zabar's suggestion. Sounds like a great party--and a great kid!

      2. Miss Needle Nov 14, 2011 09:48 AM

        I have no desire to bake a strudel either. How about Andre's Hungarian in Rego Park/Forest Hills?

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        Andre's Hungarian Bakery
        100-28 Queens Blvd, Queens, NY 11375

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          ZenFoodist Nov 14, 2011 11:06 AM

          Thanks, Miss Needle :) I actually just spoke with a German baker at Stork's here in Whitestone. Although it is not the fantabulous Stork's of my youth, I think it just might work out :) If not, I will call Andre's.

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          Stork's Pastry Shop
          1242 150th St, Queens, NY 11357

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