Turns out Oprah & Gayle's other BFF is Centerville Pie Co.'s signature Chicken Pie. After trying it during a trip to Cape Cod, Oprah fell in love with this flaky pie loaded with tender, hand-pulled chicken and creamy gravy. Located near the coast, this sweet, little bakery with a small-town vibe was founded by longtime friends, Laurie & Kristin. Starting off by baking in their spare time and selling pies from their homes, they now hand bake pies that Saveur has named one of the best in America. Ready to bake at home, order a handmade pie today and schedule it to arrive whenever you'd like!
Available March Only! Our favorite small-batch ice cream makers are slinging seasonal scoops this month that'll be gone before April Fools' (so don't get tricked!). This time of year, we're craving Irish whiskey, peanut butter cup cheesecake and juniper lemon pie... in ice cream! Inspired by springtime vibes with flavors like gooey butter cake & blackberry IPA, all you have to choose is how you like your scoops—booze-infused or loaded with goodies?
St. Patrick's Day is Friday, March 17. Irish or not, you're in luck! Available for a limited time, we're delivering St. Paddy's Day treats like Tipsy Scoop's Irish whiskey-infused ice cream and handmade shepherd's pie from one of Oprah's favorite pie shops. Created specifically for the holiday, these magically delicious treats will be gone by St. Patrick's Day, so order today and schedule for later before your luck runs out!
These are the kinds of treats we'd like to find at the end of that rainbow.
Wise Sons represents part of the new wave of Jewish delis taking over the nation. What started as a pop-up with tons of buzz, this icon-in-the-making is the Mission’s first Jewish deli. Named one of "America's Best Delis" by Food & Wine, Wise Sons is leading the modern Jewish food movement with their hand-sliced pastrami and house-cured pickles. Dedicated to authenticity, they even bakes their own breads. From chocolate babka to perfectly glazed challahs (they even make a mighty fine bagel), their small-batch baked goods make stunning centerpieces on their own.
For the first time ever, they're shipping their nostalgia-filled noshes nationwide!
The Goldbely tasting team takes its job pretty seriously. This month was no exception. Like any upstanding food explorer would do, we're sharing with you some of the best new treats from across the country. This month, we're showcasing a killer girl boss baking squad filled with women who own and operate their own bake shops.
You can't throw a real Mardi Gras party without a proper king cake. Dating back to the 1950s, hiding a small toy baby inside the cake is a tradition unique to New Orleans just like the colors it's decorated with—green for faith, purple for justice and gold for power. Legend has it that whoever finds the baby hidden in their slice is crowned king for the day, and good fortune is bestowed upon them. The newly-crowned king then hosts the next Mardi Gras party to continue the tradition.
Straight from New Orleans, behold the most dazzling king cakes ready to impress your entire krewe.
We'd like to introduce you to the newest queen of dairy—Grace Connor of Little G Ice Cream Co. Whether it's featured as Rachael Ray's latest obsession on her show or gracing the pages of People, her ice cream is everywhere lately. Oh yeah, and did we mention Grace is only 17? We were impressed, too. And her ice cream is just as impressive. Little G's fully loaded flavors are packed with things like cinnamon donuts and confetti cake to three different cookie doughs. Each massive mix-in is baked by hand by Grace herself after school, which means the future of snacking is looking very sweet.
Melt hearts and tastebuds everywhere with Heart-Dusted Crack Pies®, Heart-Shaped Compost Cookie® Cakes & more swoon-worthy treats created exclusively for Valentine's Day by NYC's iconic Milk Bar. But we should warn you–sending treats as insanely addictive as these may lead to uncontrollable tears of joy, eating and maybe even a proposal. Gifting a Crack Pie® is strongly advised for couples in that ride-or-die, I've-only-got-pies-for-you-type situation.
Just like people, some of the best places have a rather briny history. Ivar's is no exception. Before opening his Northwest seafood restaurant on Seattle's historic Pier 54, Ivar Haglund bought the space to build Seattle's first aquarium in 1938. Noticing that his patrons were leaving hungry, Ivar began serving his clam chowder while staging events that ranged from clam-eating contests to octopus wrestling. After nearly 80 years in business, Ivar's famous white clam chowder still packs a punch with its generous amount of locally-caught clams and bits of smoky bacon that's the perfect comfort food for your frostbitten soul on these long winter nights.
Available January Only! Florida honeybells are here to bring a little sunshine back to your life. Because of their short growing season, honeybells (a lovechild between a tangerine and a grapefruit) are extremely rare and unique. Discover this unique fruit straight from the Florida groves or squeezed into a light, citrus-y Bundt cake from the Keys. Only available in January, you're not going to find them at a grocery store, farmers' market or that little family farm stand. Only in Florida. Only in January.
The legend of the Mueller family BBQ dynasty begins in 1949 when Louie Mueller (a local German-American grocery store owner at the time) began selling barbecue from the store's parking lot as a way to sell leftover meat from the shop. Serving the nearby railroad yard workers and cotton farmers, Louie Mueller's exceptional smoked meats have turned this unassuming joint into one of the most legendary BBQ spots in Texas, if not the country. Winning the James Beard Foundation's America's Classics award and consistently at the top of Texas Monthly's 50 Best BBQ Joints in Texas for the past 25 years, Louie Mueller's signature brisket, GIANT beef ribs and secret family recipe hot links are about as good as Texas BBQ gets.
They say two thousand sixteen... party over. Oops, don't run out of time to order a show-stopping cake for New Year's Eve! Start the new year off on the right bite with our favorite cakes of the year—from dreamy Southern red velvet cake and glittering Funfetti cakes to rainbow bright layer cakes.
'Cause New Year's Eve, we're gonna eat cake like it's 1999!
Bid a fond farewell to 2016 with our best party foods of the year. Don't let the night slip away before having one last bite of our favorite eats of 2016 like ruby red velvet cheesecake and luxurious Maine lobster mac & cheese. Some might spend the whole night searching for a midnight kiss, but, if you're anything like us, we're all about that first perfect bite of 2017.
🎶Put on your yarmulke... Here comes Hanukkah... So much fun-ukkah... To celebrate Hanukkah... With menorah s'more-ukkahs!🎶 ...And menorah-topped buttercream cupcakes and all the latkes you could ever dream of—from bite-size and heart-shaped to sweet potato and green onion-sprinkled. We've handpicked this year's top Hanukkah eats from our favorite Jewish delis, bakeries & more to last you all eight glorious nights of feasting. Wishing your family lox of joy and happiness this season!
We've handpicked our favorite feasts of the season we know "yule" absolutely love. We're talking about Oprah's favorite Maine lobster mac & cheese, high-quality Kurobuta ham that's served at Michelin-rated restaurants, Louie Mueller Barbecue's James Beard award-winning brisket + all the decadent, show-stopping and just plain swoony desserts you can imagine. Order your feast now for it to arrive just in time for Christmas.
Darren Wong's mystifying Raindrop Cake sent Instagram into a complete frenzy after debuting at Brooklyn's Smorgasburg (the spot that launched Ramen Burger and those other viral foodie sensations). One of the most talked about cakes of 2016, now's your chance to gift the most intriguing dessert we've ever come across! This cake's got more wiggle than a Kardashian derrière, and, let's just say, you'll want to poke it. A LOT. But once you finally eat it, this magical cake melts in your mouth as if you were eating an actual raindrop. Let them eat Raindrop Cake!
IN SEASON NOW! December brings us a lot of pretty fantastic things... snow, sleigh rides, earflap hats... not to mention the best pears, citrus and stone crabs of your life. Just in time for gifting, we've discovered December's premium produce and seafood at the peak of their seasons shipped directly from the purveyors' hands to your door. From the orchards, Florida groves and Gulf coast, these fresh finds are available exclusively in December, so order now before they're gone until next year!
Behold our best holiday gifts of 2016. We've thoroughly tested each food find—one bite at a time—and handpicked our favorites for the year. From Tipsy Scoop's candy cane martini ice cream and dreamy red velvet whoopie pies from Cape Whoopies to Joe's authentic New York pizza, we've got something for every taste on your list. Now... how to decide who makes the nice list...
We're now shipping Mile End Deli first time ever! In a city that has quite strong feelings about pastrami, Mile End's Montreal-meets-New-York stacked smoked brisket sandwiches rank among many of the city's most iconic deli sandwiches. Offering fare you won't find at older New York establishments, this six-year-old Brooklyn deli has New Yorkers drooling over their new takes on old school favorites. Inspired by the traditional foods his grandmother made for him, Mile End's founder, Noah Bernamoff (a native Montrealer) embraces Canadian Jewish tastes at his restaurant in the epicenter of American Jewish diner culture. The result? One helluva smoked meat sandwich.
OMGthat'sHUGE... We've discovered T-Rex Cookie's MASSIVE Sea Salt Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies (a.k.a. the BEST cookie in America according to Time Out and our bellies)!
This monstrous treat is loaded with caramel & rich chocolate chips and sprinkled with flakes of sea salt. Just how massive are T-Rex's chewy, crispy, chocolate-y cookies? Oh, they just weigh about HALF A POUND... and that's per cookie. Because sometimes size does matter.