Dessert restaurants

Indulge in mouthwatering desserts at these top restaurants. Treat yourself to a delectable array of sweet treats and satisfy your cravings for something sweet.
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Recently selected as one of the “100 Most Scenic Restaurants in America”, the Edgewood Restaurant does not disappoint. Visiting Edgewood We were fortunate enough to be in Tahoe on Valentine’s Day, so my hubs surprised me with a fabulous dinner at the Edgewood Restaurant. Dinner at Edgewood was a highlight of our trip to Tahoe.… Continue reading →

Coffee Caramel Panna Cotta - David Lebovitz Sandwiches, Desserts, Coffee, Caramel Coffee, Chocolate Shavings, Caramel, Coffee Flavor, Caramel Flavoring, Caramel Desserts

If you want a fuller caramel flavor, use the 3/4 cup (150g) of sugar to caramelize in step 2. The caramel flavor will be a bit more pronounced than the coffee flavor but I tried it both ways and like it, for different reasons. And you can use lowfat milk rather than whole milk, although it'll be less-smooth, but I wouldn't call this an overly rich dessert. It goes without saying that the stronger the espresso, the more forceful the coffee flavor will be. I tried it with a few long (allongé…

Sandra Vaughan Baker
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Restaurant Cofoco prepares Nordic food with Danish ingredients - served full of contrasts. It is a Danish restaurant with gourmet food. You will find our cozy and bright basement restaurant in the heart of Vesterbro. Restaurant Cofoco serves high-quality affordable food. Restaurant in Vesterbro.

Pete Roth.
Looking for a plated dessert that looks fancy but is super easy to do? Look no further than this spiced pear treat. Desert Recipes, Dessert, Cooking, Foods, Recette Dessert, Pastry, Spiced Pear, Food, Fine Dining Desserts

A pear, sliced into wedges and poached in white wine, steals the scene on this circular stage. The supporting player is a rye-flour crumble with aromatic spices (ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves) that tumble into each soft fruity bite for a sophisticated take on gingerbreads past. Complement this warm dessert with a scoop of vanilla frozen yogurt for a cool, creamy contrast.