Candy Filled Modern Love

Last weekend’s NY Times Magazine Modern Love column was a poignant and candy-filled memoir. If only I could write like that! I think I may consume too much candy to have such strong memory ties to specific sweets. But I do have plenty of memories where loved ones and candy intersect: I have thoughtful friends […]

Candy as comfort, candy as expense

Two candy pieces from the NY Times. First, reports of an upswing in candy sales during these tough economic times, in keeping with historical trends. Two things immediately struck me after reading the article: 1. Raymond Schneider of the opening paragraph could save a lot of money buying his candy someplace other than Dylan’s Candy […]

NYC is full of wonderful candy

To my NYC readers, I’ll be in the city this Sunday afternoon and evening. One of my friends wants to visit the Met. I want to hit up Economy Candy and possibly visit Bergdorf Goodman for the Vosges tasting (and to check out the 5th Ave window displays; those of you who live in the […]