A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from April 02, 2016
Utica: Jelly Bun

Entry in progress—B.P.

Other Utica foods include chicken riggies and half-moon cookies.

Holland Farms Bakery & Deli (Yorkville, NY)
Jelly Buns, Jelly Buns, Squishy whishy Jelly Buns, Holland Farms Jelly Buns, Oh-so-good on the run, Jelly Buns!
You’ve seen our commercials featuring local celebrities indulging in delicious Holland Farms Jelly Buns, but have you tried one for yourself? If not – you should! And if you already have – what are you waiting for? Come on in and pick up a dozen of these delectable treats today!

Our Jelly Buns are a central New York favorite, and are made from scratch, fresh in our bakery, every day. In fact, every February is Jelly Bun Month – in the month of February alone, over 55,000 of these yummy treats are sold, including Heart Shaped Jelly Buns made for Valentine’s Day. Most of our customers love their Jelly Buns covered in sweet, snowy confectioner’s sugar, but you might also want to try our glazed or plain varieties as well. Not to mention, every single Jelly Bun is over-filled with amazingly delicious black raspberry jam, so be sure to grab a couple of napkins, too!

Old Fulton NY Post Cards
12 November 1964, The Courier (Clinton Oneida County, NY), pg. 5, col. 5 ad:
Jelly Buns
72c dozen
(Holland Farms.—ed.)

Big Frog 104 (Marcy, NY)
Foods People Miss When They Leave Utica
By Polly January 12, 2016 5:50 AM
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5 Jelly Bun
There are jelly filled donuts and then there’s the jelly bun from Holland Farms. The two don’t even compare. The jelly buns are so infamous, celebrities clamor to be featured in the annual commercial.

Posted by Barry Popik
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