Dough Ray Me Cookies

Dough Ray Me Cookies

by Celia Sin-Tien Cheng
July 19, 2007

This week’s winners are Jeannie and Kim. Congratulations!

Below is the original Baking Friday post from this week.


Scroll down below to enter a comment. Make sure to click on “submit” after the preview appears on screen. Send in your answer by 5pm today and you will automatically be entered into the drawing to win a multi-pak (3 dozen) of cookies from Dough Ray Me.

Winners will be contacted via email and can pick up the prize starting Saturday, 7/21/07, at award-winning coffee shop, Joe (9 East 13th Street), including Joe coupons for your beverages of choice.

This week, we are introducing the cookies of Dough Ray Me Fine Baked Goods. There are 11 original flavors, including my favorite, Summaiya — soft and chewy oatmeal, raisin, sour cherry and potato chip. These ideal bite-sized treats can be purchased online or at Murray’s cheese shop.

Thank you, Dough Ray Me, for donating cookies this week!


Comments (15)

Adria Linder

Jul 20, 04:59 AM

I love Anita Lo’s perennial seafood dish,
“Miso Marinated Sable With Crispy Silken Tofu in a Bonito Broth”.


Jul 20, 05:26 AM

Avra on E 48th for a big seafood plateaux with 2 or 3 of your closest friends and a few bottles of rose. Nothing better!


Jul 20, 05:35 AM

It has to be (although I don't support the cause) Esca, it's all about the fresh seafood. From the urchin to the grilled crocker fish. Always fresh, simple and tastes like the sea. Second favorite is DB Bistro… something about an Alsatian's (head chef) hands at the controls. How does he do that skate wing? Oh, yeah oysters at Blue Ribbon as well.


Jul 20, 05:42 AM

The tea-smoked salmon with eggs, on the brunch menu at Public. Mmmm…


Jul 20, 05:50 AM

Rock Shrimp Tempura with Wasabi Sauce at Blue Ribbon Sushi. It is physically impossible to stop eating them. Perfectly crisp, perfectly light, the brine of the sea with the heat of the wasabi . . . mmmmm. I also agree with William, above— everything at Esca.


Jul 20, 06:25 AM

The Rock & Roll Clambake at BLT Fish Shack, Yum!


Jul 20, 07:22 AM

I love the fish at Le Bernardin. Simply the best.


Jul 20, 07:37 AM

forget seafood at a restaurant! now is the time of year to head on over to the fish market and take your goods to the beach. boil lobsters, steam clams, grill fish. they need nothing else but a squeeze of lemon and maybe, just maybe, some clarified butter. simple, easy, and you get to enjoy the summer evenings outside.


Jul 20, 07:42 AM

It’s a toss up between the razor clams at Casa Mono and the soft shell crabs at Le Gigot.


Jul 20, 08:16 AM

Mermaid Inn….lobster rolls and fried oysters!!

daniella breger

Jul 20, 08:32 AM

Broiled lobster at Centro Vasco in Chelsea. Have been going there for years and it is always cooked to perfection…..melts in your mouth. yum!


Jul 20, 09:02 AM

Poached lobster with chorizo at Daniel.


Jul 20, 10:29 AM

I love the horse makerel sashimi at Blue Ribbon in Brooklyn. They get must get the live fish, and the sashimi paltter comes with sashimi pieces placed on the head/skeleton with garnish. You eat it with garnish an ginger. After you’re done eating the sashimi, they will slow fry the bone/meat and you get cruchy high calcium cracker! It’s yummy twice!

I also like EN Brasserie’s sashimi special of the day. Always something interesting. Raw octopus, fluke fin (engawa), sayuri, etc.


Jul 20, 12:17 PM

In summer, I’d always rather head out of the city for seafood — “Lunch”, in Amagansett, has amazing fish ‘n’ chips. But if you can’t get away, BLT Fish (downstairs, of course) makes you feel like you’re at the beach.

nelson wang

Jul 20, 12:25 PM

fried seafood platter at black pearl (the newer one on 26th street). everything is super-fresh and tasty, especially the oysters and clams.

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