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The decadence of the American public is a perpetual source of tragic amusement, and the pinnacle of it seems to be “Brûlée Desserts” in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
It is a restaurant devoted entirely to dessert. Not just a bit of cake, or a scoop of ice cream; nay, one is seated in the restaurant and treated to three courses of dessert which includes (really):
Amuse Sucrée: Chef’s daily sweet surprise.
Entrée: The main dessert selected from the menu (can be prepared table side for some items, or at the pastry bar for others.)
Petits Fours: The finale!
Makes my dentist giggle when I just look at it, but it’s an amazing triumph of … sugar, and a death rattle to the Atkin’s Diet.