9 Ways #Dessert Has Already Saved the Day in March

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    Some times you’re just having one of those days. The only answer — besides elaborate revenge on your boss that can’t be traced back to you in case it backfires spectacularly — is sugar. These are just a few of the desserts that have already made March a better place to be in the Land of Fly&Dine. Scroll through and choose your favorite. Remember, you can’t gain weight if you’re just looking. Kevin Kathman’s panna cotta with blueberries and ruby red grapefruit at The Larchmont in Los Angeles. Housemade cream cheese and salted caramel gelato at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs combined to form an ice cream version of caramel cheesecake. Fresh California strawberries at the Mar Vista Farmers’ Market in Los Angeles. When it’s strawberry season, life gets a little easier in LA. Homemade biscuits and raspberry jam from Jessica Koslow of LA’s Sqirl during a demonstration at The Broadmoor’s Taste & Savor in Colorado Springs. Yes, it tasted just as vibrant as it looked. A gorgeous creme brulee from — of all places — Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chao. More coming this week… The traditional chocolate eclair got turned into a cake during Taste & Savor’s Southern Heritage Dinner with Maker’s Mark. Hey look! It’s a key lime pie! Tiny Valrhona chocolate and caramel tarts. Decadence at its’ finest. Hotel buffet brunch dessert is, perhaps, the best kind of dessert. At The Broadmoor, the spread was magnificent, but my favorites were this brownie pie and the bread pudding as its sugar cousin. Delicious. If you want tips for tackling a brunch buffet, check out my post here. The post 9 Ways #Dessert Has Already Saved the Day in March appeared first on Fly&Dine.

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