Nicole Rucker’s Famous Baked Goods Will Reappear in L.A. Tomorrow

The acclaimed pastry chef is hosting a holiday pop-up

Fans of pastry chef Nicole Rucker have had to muddle through life without the taste of her delectable baked goods since August, when her restaurant Fiona shut down operations. But, just in time for the holidays, she’s sating our desires with a limited-time pop-up.

The pop-up shop will set up in Grand Central Market from December 21 to 24, offering a selection of pies, cookies, and other favorites. It also marks the public debut of a new brand from Rucker, Fat and Flour L.A.

Rucker is keeping most details of what Fat and Flour may develop into under wraps for the moment, but confirms in an Instagram post that there will be “more announcements to come.”

And, if that’s not soon enough, you could always try your hand at baking your own versions. Rucker released her first cookbook, Dappledearlier this year.

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