The William Greenberg Desserts Cookbook: Classic Desserts from an Iconic New York City Bakery

Carol Becker (Author)

Product Details

$24.99  $22.99
Skyhorse Publishing
Publish Date
November 19, 2019
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About the Author

Carol Becker is the owner of William Greenberg Desserts, a famed New York City institution. Since taking over a decade ago, Becker has ushered the beloved Madison Avenue destination into a new era while respecting its heritage and deepening community ties through philanthropy. Becker started baking for fun while working as a marketing executive at a spirits importer, wowing friends with fresh loaves of Challah. She attended the Institute of Culinary Education in 2001 and previously ran her own baking business, Bread & Batter. Becker has fond memories of William Greenberg Desserts from her childhood growing up in the city--she knows it is not just a bakery, but also an integral part of the community. Carol Becker resides in New York City.


"Open since the 1940s, William Greenberg Desserts is one of the city's most distinguished pastry shops, specializing in such New Yorkiana as black-and-white cookies, fruit tarts, and the cinnamon buns called schnecken. Their cream cheese cheesecake, a New York phenomenon if ever there were one, is spectacularly good." --Eater

"Don't be put off by the prime Madison Avenue address, this is an old-school kosher bakery, with plastic-wrapped baking trays providing the display, and service that's refreshingly opinionated and direct. William Greenberg's Black & White is one of the best in town, and their Sticky Bun is an equally first-rate showing in its category." --Gothamist

"After a chocolate bar, pecan brownies from William Greenberg Desserts are the next best cocoa-flavored treat." --Town & Country

"This massive slab [of rainbow cake] is an instant mood elevator with its dense vanilla cake and butter cream frosting. Eat one layer at a time." --Eater