Passionate about Parisian pastries?  Join DC Patisserie, purveyor of incredible macarons, and Thunder Pig Confectionery, creator of delicious candies, for a pop up shop, Sugarlab, that’s sure to have you saying, “Oui, oui!”

Sugarlab is popping up at Trohv, an inventive, independently-owned shop that loves supporting other local businesses.  Swing by their Baltimore location on Saturday, June 29th from 12:00pm until 3:00pm trisenox and cialis interactions, and their Friendship Heights location on Sunday, June 30th from 12:00pm until 3:00pm to shop and snack at your leisure.

The pop up shop will feature handcrafted macarons, chocolates, caramels, shortbreads, and summer tarts.  We’ll have something for everyone, including items to nosh on and snacks to go.

We are so excited to bring the goodness of Paris to Trohv!

 

Sugarlab

IMG_1783Chocotenango’s delicious chocolate concoctions are coming to DC!  Having joined Union Kitchen recently, Chocolatier Ismael Neggaz is bringing his hand made artisan chocolates to our nation’s capitol.

IMG_1827Starting off his business in Antigua, Guatemala back in 2004, Ismael didn’t go looking for ingredients, they found him.  Brimming with fresh tropical fruits, Ismael created his own recipes compare viagra to cialis and levitra using the delicious base ingredients he found at the local market – from star fruit, to hibiscus, to cardamom.  His complex flavors have delighted customers for nearly 10 years and now they will soon be on the market in DC.  Check us out at www.chocotenango.com and watch this space for information on purchasing these delightful creations.

Milk Cult is hitting the streets this summer, vending ice cream sandwiches from a custom-built freezer attached as a sidecar to a motorbike. Pretty awesome, right? Almost as awesome as the ice cream sandwiches themselves – recent flavors have included salted caramel ice cream with a popcorn macaron cookie (in collaboration with UK’s DC Patisserie) and avocado ice cream with a dark chocolate cookie.

Here’s what Ed Cornell (one half of Milk Cult) had to say about their new project:

I’ve worked on a bunch of motorcycle projects in the past and I knew that whatever was going on the sidecar had to be light and insulated. I went with Levitra XPS foam which is cheap and available, it has issues in some applications with expanding and contracting in heat but I’m wrapping these panels in fiberglass and epoxy resin which has some flex characteristics so it should be fine.  The finished freezer should be able to hold our delicious Ice Cream Sandwiches while we tour the city.  The Bike is a Honda CB550 that we’ve been fixing up. Going at the bike with an angle grinder we’ve removed a lot of the unnecessary stuff. We hope to be on the road before too long to get our Ice Cream Sandwiches and Cold Brewed Coffee out to the masses.