Eaten in March… from Breads Bakery to the Smile to Go to Buvette..

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At Breads Bakery, a perilous place to wander into.


These photos have been harboring in my draft box for quite some time. They date back to mid-March, just when the Union Square Greenmarket was beginning to get green again. I present to you: Swiss Muesli Rolls from Breads Bakery, Two Guys from Woodbridge organic micro greens, a not so impressive bagel and lox from Russ & Daughters, coffee and vegan banana quinoa scone from Smile to Go, the world’s best dark chocolate chip cookie with Maldon sea salt- also from Smile to Go, a far too rich banana coconut chocolate croissant from Lafayette, and a thick peanut butter cookie, also from Lafayette. Simply recalling all of the above makes me itch for a long run. The only problem is, I can’t seem to avoid the bakery at the finish line. This finish line ends at Buvette for a lovely dinner at the bar. A divine tian with artichokes, tomatoes, and thyme, and a plentiful serving of cranberry walnut bread topped with noci pesto, honey, and bee pollen. Bon appetit.

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Famous Swiss Muesli roll at Breads Bakery. Buy one meant for nibbling and one meant for saving.

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Two Guys from Woodbridge is one of my favorite vendors at the Union Square Greenmarket. They have beautiful microgreens, lettuces, and herbs. Pictured here is organic basil and micro arugula. 

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The perfect rainy afternoon snack: organic basil, microgreens, avocado, tomato, and celery.

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I actually made Russ & Daughters the destination of a morning run. Should I have admitted that? A whole wheat everything bagel from Russ & Daughters with Gaspe nova smoked salmon, red onion, tomato, and tofu cream cheese. Maybe this just isn’t my snack of choice… or maybe I ordered wrong. Either way, I’m glad I can check it off my list once and for all.

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Special stop before work one morning: Smile to Go for the perfect cup of Counter Culture coffee, a banana quinoa muffin (which my Vegan friend liked better than I did), and a sneaky, already melting Dark Chocolate cookie with maldon sea salt (hiding in the bag).

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Couldn’t help but bite into this one before 10am. Absolutely one of the best cookies I have ever experienced. From the aforementioned Smile to Go.

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My favorite spot for an early dinner pour une. In March, the artichoke tian with tomatoes and thyme was a special.

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A special request was granted: any more cranberry walnut bread leftover from breakfast? Topped with noci pesto, honey, and bee pollen. A bit of an odd request, I know, but a craving knows no logic.

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The peanut butter cookie, which was okay if you are a fan of peanut butter. It doesn’t quite do it for me, and it makes you desperately thirsty. The croissant du jour was a banana coconut chocolate croissant and it was way too rich pour moi. If you are looking for a ticket for the fast track to diabetes, maybe this is a good choice.

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Inside the Diabetes-ville croissant du jour: coconut, banana, and chocolate. I think one ingredients is sufficient.

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At Buvette in March.











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