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Sweets for your sweet New Year

Posted by on September 10, 2012

As you gather with family and friends in the next few weeks,
let Black Hound New York help you celebrate the start of a sweet new year.

A beloved dessert for many Jewish holidays, don’t forget cheesecake for your Rosh Hashanah table. Celebrate the beginning of a sweet new year with refreshing Key Lime Cheesecake or a more traditional Chocolate Cheesecake.

Honey traditionally symbolizes the wish for a sweet new year. For a twist on tradition, add our Walnut Banana Cake to your Rosh Hashanah table. A subtle honey-and-milk chocolate ganache complements walnut cake, fresh bananas, pastry cream and whipped cream. Surprisingly light, it’s also a delicious option for your Yom Kippur break-the-fast.


It’s no secret that Poppyseed Raspberry Lemon Cake is one of our favorites. Since it’s not too sweet and not too heavy, it’s an ideal choice for a break-the-fast dessert on Yom Kippur.

Little bees in search of honey for a sweet new year top our signature Busy Bee Cake. Layers of chocolate cake, almond cake, bittersweet chocolate mousse and marzipan make a rich chocolate dessert for your holiday dessert table.

All desserts contain dairy and are not kosher.

Rosh Hashanah starts the night of Sunday, September 16

Yom Kippur starts the night of Tuesday, September 25



It’s that time again…even if you entered previous drawings, you must enter this month to be eligible for September’s drawing. Winner chooses one 10″ cake from our menu for delivery during his/her birthday month. Our August winner will be announced next week.

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