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Milk and Cookies With Martha Stewart

Besides an assortment of savory bites and lots of meatballs, another thing I consumed in massive quantities at the Food Network New York City Wine and Food Festival was cookies. On Saturday morning, I gathered with eager kids and their attentive parents for an event entitled Milk and Cookies hosted by Martha Stewart. Over 15 of New York's top bakeries and pastry chefs set up tables with every type of cookie imaginable.

Guests were invited to enjoy as many cookies as they wanted and the Manhattan Milk Company poured a never-ending supply of milk. Stewart debuted her new cookie iPad app and was followed around by a video crew documenting the event. The best part of the soiree were the crafting tables where children could decorate and package cookies using Martha Stewart's craft tools.


Upon arriving at the building, I knew I was in the right place because I saw these two signs.

It was exciting to walk into The New York Times building!

There were crowds, lines, lots of children, and their parents.

Martha Stewart was surrounded by a camera crew at all times.

I preferred the small size of these cookies to larger offerings.

To get a better look at the cookies and crafting, browse the gallery of photos after the break.


Upon arriving at the building, I knew I was in the right place because I saw these two signs.

It was exciting to walk into The New York Times building!

There were crowds, lines, lots of children, and their parents.

Martha Stewart was surrounded by a camera crew at all times.

I preferred the small size of these cookies to larger offerings.

Each table was elaborately decorated. Aren't these flowers gorgeous?

More cookies!

No Martha Stewart event would be without glitter crafts.

In the center of the room, the crafting stations were set up. This one was covered in cookie packaging tools like ribbon, tins, and decorative paper.

At this table, kids could decorate Halloween cookies with frosting.

Cookies await frosting.

A platter of delicious-looking cookies.

This table was all about paper crafts.

The event was also sponsored by Breville, so instead of floral arrangements, Breville appliances acted as centerpieces at each table.

Martha showing off the iPad app.

The Cookie Monster would have been in heaven at this party.

I enjoyed this chocolate cookie with peanut butter chips. It was very rich.

Another cookie station.

Naturally, there were chocolate chip cookies.

Milk bottles on display.

Everyone wanted to be friends with the milkman, myself included!

A cookie sandwich making station.

These peanut butter cookies were very good.

Martha Stewart Living set up a lavish cookie display.

It had a Halloween theme.

I just love the idea of these rats!

Cookies hanging from a tree.

How fun are these ghost cookies?

A rat poses by a milk pitcher.

More of the MSL cookie display.
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