|You can't find Moo Shoes if you're looking at the sidewalk. Unless you see the car with NJ license plates and the For The Animals Sanctuary decal!|
Now I have two "vegan" pieces hanging around my neck. Thanks for the polish, Debbie.
|A sample of Deb's work.|
|I never saw crowds or wall to wall people in the hour or so I wandered around but there was |
always a constant flow of comers and go-ers.
It was great to meet someone who I follow and Hanna is delightful. I spend a good amount of time with her and her mom talking about baking, inspiration, life in general and they are 2 incredibly easy to talk to people. I couldn't resist buying one of her books and although I try try try and stay away from sweets I have a feeling I'll be telling you about more than a few of her recipes. Her website is mysweetvegan.com.
|Hanna and proud Mom. Nachas is very different than nachos.|
|From left to right, top row: Asparagus and 2 pear|
middle row: half a chocolate, half asparagus and chocolate
bottom row: 2 brownies
Babycakes had a constant stream of folks flowing onto the end of the line. When you have a good product I guess the phrase is "... they will come." And they do.
The doughnut was sweet and rich and the consistency was what I remember from the more dense "Old Fashioned." I savored 2 bites and then the dopamine rush kicked in and I shoved the rest in my mouth with reckless abandon, enjoying a mouthful of memories. A cupcake we can seem to find in many more places but a vegan doughnut, that is my new fav at Babycakes.
|Sunday sun shining in oh my window seat.|