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My love for Grom is infinite until recently they did level the cups (in NYC). It turns out it was a training problem. *sighs* I miss Grom.
I just love the flavor combination of strawberries and rhubarb. It's a match made in heaven. With a scoop of creme fraiche ice cream, it's even better.
Have you ever seen a cupcake that moist before?
Gorgeous latte art.
Chocolate dipped port soaked fig...possibly the best chocolate dessert.
Have you ever seen pistachio gelato's texture like this in New York City before? This was certainly a first for me.
Caramel Nut Tart - packed with TONS of pistachios, hazelnuts, walnuts and almonds with each and every gooey bite of caramel and crisp, buttery crust.
Have you ever encountered such a coffeehouse or shop that have a Wonka-esque design for coffee?
These days in New York City are unusually cold. This blueberry crumble should warm you pretty well and satisfy your sweet tooth as well.
A gorgeous chocolate cupcake decorated with a whimsical curl of white chocolate.
A lovely miso choco cake with raspberry coulis to compliment this decadent dessert. Surprisingly it's made with soy milk.
Have you ever tried a Peanut Butter & Chocolate Macaron? This one's from Almondine Bakery in Brooklyn, NY
Have you ever tried a bomboloni before? This one's pretty darn good.
Who would've thought of adding a "shower" in a cheese cave/department? Whole Foods did...
An awesome meal at Shake Shack, located in Madison Square Park, New York City.
Don't you wish you can have a Pierre Herme macaron? It's a heavenly Pistache Griottine macaron.
You think you've tasted Mont Blanc like this before? This is the luxurious version of the traditional set.
The best appetizer you can ever ask for: Foie Gras torchon with Venezuelan Cocoa and Quince.
Bouchon Bakery - I am always taken by their beautiful pastries, such as this Caramel Peanut Banana Mousse.
This deceptively, small, innocent-looking chocolate fondant is one rich, naughty brownie from Caffe Falai in New York City.
It's hard to believe that this cupcake is made with soy milk. It's also named "Best Cupcake" in a recent article from NY Magazine. It's from Kyotofu in Hell's Kitchen, New York City.
This is a great way to start your day...with a sticky bun from Bouchon Bakery in New York City.