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Oozy egg yolk contained inside the Polpettone from Mia Dona in NYC.
Foie gras chutney with chopped figs.
Da Bomb - Bomboloni from the Dessert Truck in NYC. Yep, we're talking about a truck that sells gourmet desserts on the cheap.
Cappuccino Triestino from Sicaffe
Bougatza: Creamy goat cheesecake crusted with kataifi.
Peanut Caramel Milk Chocolate tart from Cafe Boulud during NYC Restaurant Week.
Foie Gras BrÃ»lÃ©e, Dried Sour Cherries, Candied Pistachios and White Port GelÃ©e from Jean Georges.
Homemade Coconut Raisin Loaf
Soft white chocolate, potato, malt, white beer ice cream from WD-50. Sounds weird but oh-so-divine!
Hazelnut chocolate caviar cupcake with chocolate chip ice cream at Graffiti.
The deliciousness of the profiterole: its creamy, gooey filling.
Chicory-coffee panna cotta with fiore di latte ice cream
Indonesian vanilla ice cream with American Sturgeon caviar. Sounds like a weird combination but it' works well.
A really tiny open-faced sandwich, if you will - fried quail egg with chorizo. Simple, small yet satisfies the palate.
Torta del Nonno from Del Posto Enoteca
Something as simple as roasted brussels sprouts tossed in with some bacon tastes so complex and wonderful. It's like eating a symphony.
Little Pie Company's Sour Cream Walnut Apple Pie, a la mode
Elegantly presented Peanut Crusted Salmon served at Highline in New York City.
Stuffed squid with Korubuta pork cheeks on top of a bed of lentils.
A "gourmetized" version of a Cheese Steak sandwich. And so much tastier. It's found in Degustation in NYC.
This is not your traditional cheese puff. It's a Lemony Cheesepuff from How Sweet It Is in NYC.
Tom Kah Gai - a Thai coconut milk- based chicken soup served in Prem-On Thai.
Ever tried a goat cheesecake with candied kumquats sitting on top of a kataifi nest? This unique dessert is found in How Sweet It Is bakery in New York City.
Creamy, dense bread pudding from Grandaisy Bakery in NYC...chomped.
Ever tried Watermelon Pickle with Crispy Pork? It's absolutely different and delicious! It's served in Fatty Crab in NYC.
A sampler of 70%-ish chocolates for the sake of finding the best of the bunch. The "control" of this experiment is Amedei's La Tavoletta bar.
The legendary bo ssÃ¤m and all its porcine greatness. It's from Momofuku SsÃ¤m Bar in NYC.
The unexpected (but welcoming) surprise at the end of the meal after dessert, petit fours. These were served at The Maze at the London.
Lombardi's Original Pizza with Sweet Sausage from NYC.
Cheddar cheeseburger on an English muffin. Strange combo but so delicious!
Sheep's Ricotta Gnudi with brown butter and sage from The Spotted Pig.
SmÃ¶rgÃ¥sbord...this is not exactly traditional but it's a very tasty interpretation of it at Aquavit Cafe in NYC.
House made cavatelli from Frankies Spuntino
Pesto croissant from Bouchon Bakery. This is not your typical savory croissant.