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A Sweet Giveaway


Do you ever wish there was more than just one you?  I do. I'd get so much accomplished.  The dogs would be walked regularly, the kitchen would be spotless, laundry would be folded, blog posting would increase, emails and tweets would be answered in a timely manner, my book would be finished and I'd still have time to enjoy the view.

I'm behind on a few things, to say the least.

With all the catching up I have to do, I was expecting to miss a regularly scheduled blog post.  Serendipitously, Crown Publishing has offered to give 3 of my readers a copy of David Lebovitz's new book, The Sweet Life in Paris.  So, there will be no recipe today, but something just as sweet.

You will love this book!

Not only does it contain delectable recipes, but it also has the smart and hilarious storytelling that is a trademark of David's popular blog


To Enter:

1. Fill in the form below and submit.

2. Leave a comment- tell me what dessert you'd walk across hot coals for.  

I have lots of favorites, but recently spotted- I'd probably go through fire for this.  Or maybe this.
 
Valid for residents in the continental US only.  Contest ends 3/6.  Winners will be contacted via email.


This contest is now closed - thanks for entering!
link A Sweet Giveaway By Published: A Sweet Giveaway Recipe



331 comments :

  1. Creme brulee -- yum!

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  2. Awesome Photo!!!!!!
    Chocolate..anything chocolate!

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  3. Cherry Pie with Vanilla Ice Cream!

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  4. a good creamy heavy cheese cake...

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  5. I make a chocolate chess pie. It is so good!!!

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  6. My mom's rhubarb pie. Hers is the best!

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  7. Honestly....a perfectly moist deep red velvet cupcake....with the perfectly tart (not too sweet) cream cheese icing....the best one I have found is DC's Cupcakery Red Velvet's Southern Belle.

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  8. Chocolate Souffle! mmmmmmmmm!

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  9. A piece of mom's fresh-out-of-the-oven pecan pie and homemade (THE REAL STUFF) vanilla ice cream. I'm drooling just thinking about it!

    Love your picture! Have a good one!

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  10. Banana cream pie..yumm!

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  11. A homemade rich, buttery, not to sweet chocolate chip cookie...right out of the oven with the chocolate still melting.

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  12. I would walk across hot coals to the ends of the earth for Cannolis!

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  13. i would walk across hot coals for a levain bakery chocolate chip cookie. i wish i had one right now!

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  14. A big fat, chewy, warm chocolate chip cookie. With milk. Perfection.

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  15. my great Aunt Painsy's chocolate meringue pie. She doesn't use measuring cups or anything but it is always perfect :)

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  16. hmmm...probably graham cracker eclair cake :)

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  17. I couldn't live without cheesecake!

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  18. I've had my eye on this chocolate cake, I am DYING to make it!

    http://www.merrygourmet.com/2011/02/celebrating-year-one-chocolate-stout-cake-with-buttercream-frosting/

    But really, I'd do just about anything for something chocolate. :)

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  19. ooh I would walk across hot coals for a piece of lemon meringue pie, as long as the meringue is sky high!

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  20. i'd walk through fire for a bowl of coffee ice cream.

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  21. A really great, simple bowl of strawberries with freshly whipped cream on top. Easier said than found.

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  22. My mom's apple pie, with ice cream, of course! I LOVE pie!!! And, almost anything lemon...

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  23. I love pumpkin cupcakes or muffins. I would do anything for some!

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  24. I Love orange cake with strawberry pure

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  25. Seriously! How adorable are you?! Love your pic and your house! I'm not eligible for the draw, but those salted caramel cupcakes of yours worthy of toasty toes. I'd also take a pain au chocolat ANY day, especially if its from paris:)

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  26. Hard to choose just one, so here's a small list: Salted Caramel Cupcakes, Creme Brulee, Flourless choc. cake w/ cinnamon ice cream, Leonard's Bakery malasadas.

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  27. Creme Brulee.... YUMM!!!!!

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  28. my mom used to make this cake parfait called "death by chocolate"-- chocolate cake, pudding, cool whip, and heath bar! all of it was from a box, but it was the MOST amazing thing when i was a kid!

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  29. Oh my. Tiramisu. Homemade. Goodness, pure heaven.

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  30. Chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream frosting (paired with a scoop of ice cream).

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  31. Tiramisu! I had the best Tiramisu ever when I went on a vacation to Italy. I would walk through coals to have that particular Tiramisu again.

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  32. An ice cream sundae with a nice hunk of chocolate brownie, whipped cream, peanut butter chips and fudge sauce--I would have to walk quickly over the coals before the ice cream melted!

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  33. It may sound not-so-special, but I'd do just about anything for Grand Marnier Creme Brulee. The hard, crisp, crunchy top revealing that smooth, creamy, sweet center with a hint of that smooth Grand Marnier flavor-- gets me every time.

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  34. My grandma's Strawberry Rhubarb Pie. I keep trying to make it but it never turns out like Grandma's!

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  35. Strawberries and real whipped cream. Or brownies and real whipped cream. Or whipped cream with whipped cream. Not picky.

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  36. a truly great, nostalgia-worthy, carrot cake.

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  37. Banana Cupcakes!! Most definitely!

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  38. A warm and fudgy crinkle topped brownie topped with Hagen Daaz vanilla!

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  39. Thick and delicious hot chocolate - with churros if possible!

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  40. Pumpkin Pie with Pecan Streusel. Topped with caramel drizzle and whipped cream..

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  41. Warm chocolate brownie with ice cream and hot caramel.
    Or Bananas foster.
    Or Pineapple upside down cake.
    Or cream cheese frosting on anything!

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  42. Swedish Cinnamon rolls, the authentic kind that my friends grandmother makes her every time she visits her.

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  43. I would walk across hot coals for a nice eclair or chocolate croissant. SO GOOD.

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  44. This is a rather difficult question. Hmmmm...a super duper delicious chocolate croissant or a Banana Cream Tart from Tartine.

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  45. I'd do anything for some really quality chocolate mousse!

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  46. I'd walk on hot coals for awesome tiramisu! To. Die. For.

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  47. peanut butter banana cream pie.

    every.single.time.

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  48. I would walk across hot coals for pie. Specifically, a warm, fat slice of triple berry pie with a dollop of Tillamook french vanilla bean ice cream. Oh how I love the pie!

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  49. Love the photo of you as triplets:) Wouldn't that come in handy? The desserts you picked look amazing. I am at a loss...maybe a decadent cheesecake.

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  50. Chai French Macarons w/ Dark Chocolate Ganache! (Alongside some tea... if they were vegan I would absolutely die!)

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  51. Goat cheese cheesecake from a now defunct restaurant in DC. *sad face*

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  52. I would be obsessed with David's ice cream (0made by him especially) every single day :0

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  53. omg i want that cookbook!
    i would walk across hot coal for many desserts, probably multiple times...i'll go classic with the infallible chocolate cake

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  54. Nothing fancy here - just a good ol' brownie ice cream sundae with salted caramel sauce. Mmm!

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  55. For me it's a chocolate mousse with crushed amaretto cookies,small chocolate chunks, raspberry puree, and a dollop of whipped cream.

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  56. I would do almost anything for a good, simple, vanilla bean creme brulee! Can't be beat!

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  57. Black Bottomed Creme Brule or Hazelnut Creme Brule, I love caramelized sugar my favorite taste!

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  58. Basically any sort of lemon dessert. tonight I made this :) I let the lemon sugar glaze soak into the cake..mmmm

    http://www.honeyandbutter.com/desserts/lemon-yogurt-cake

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  59. Anything lemony is a win for me--maybe because if feels so fresh and therefore, I trick myself into believing that it is less fattening. Perspective, people, perspective!

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  60. Caffe Affogato:

    yumminess in a mug... gelato with biscotti and hot coffee liquor and espresso poured over the top...

    yum.

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  61. I have been craving brown sugar pavlova ever since I first tried it last year. YUM.

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  62. It is out of favor, but I would walk across hot coals for Baked Alaska. I haven't had it since I was a child, I would love to see it offered on a menu sometime.

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  63. peanut butter thumbprint cookies with a hershey's kiss in the middle.

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  64. A pity this giveaway is not open to all...

    Very difficult to answer that question. I guess a good Lemon Merigue Pie.


    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  65. Chocolate, toffee, and coffee ice cream... I would eat it while rubbing some on my burnt feet :)

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  66. i just melt whenever i hear the words: red velvet :)

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  67. homemade peach cobbler with buttermilk ice cream

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  68. Definitely would have to be passion fruit gelée with white chocolate mousse.

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  69. A chocolate cupcake :) yummy!

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  70. Dark chocolate brownies with peanut butter buttercream!! Yum!!

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  71. I'd walk across hot coals for some really good chocolate mousse. Yum.

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  72. I have walked many miles across Italy for gelato! :-) It just doesn't taste the same here in the states! ;-)

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  73. Chocolate salted caramel anything--whether it was hot chocolate, cupcakes, or creme brulee. I love that combination.

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  74. Plain old chewy chocolate chip cookies. Or a giant box of macarons.

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  75. Michelle P. said . . .

    White cake with caramel frosting!

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  76. A chocolate cupcake/vanilla icing from my favorite bakery!

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  77. Carmelized hazelnut chocolate Semifreddo

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  78. Molten chocolate cake . . . yum.

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  79. Oh dear, I'm the 89 poster! Wow.

    Last weekend, my husband spent hours trying to perfect the MACARON. We finally did it and solely used your tutelage, recipe, and video. I would definitely have to say les macarons.

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  80. Vianna: Ooh hard to choose! A deliciously moist coconut cupcake with cream cheese frosting.

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  81. Homemade strawberry shortcake!

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  82. The chocolate chip cookie dough cannoli at Naples in Knoxville! Amazing!

    You look great in your picture!! Love the dress and the ponytail!

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  83. Flourless chocolate cake with fresh whipped cream and really juicy strawberries, yummm!

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  84. Anything chocolate and warm: brownie, lava cake, double chocolate chip cookie. Must have milk too!

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  85. I'd walk across hot coals to get a piece of my chocolate decadence cheesecake and then give it to my wife who loves it!

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  86. Creme Brulee would have to be it for me, as well. OMG!

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  87. lemon squares. simple lemon curd on shortbread crust. i can eat a pan at a time!

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  88. I'd do anything for my Aunt's German Cheesecake, or my mom's holiday annual chocolate fudge. She refuses to make it any other time of year!

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  89. Pretty much anything chocolate, but once on a cruise I had a chocolate lava cake that I then stole from the others at dinner and/or finished theirs. I would go on the cruise again just for it.

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  90. I would walk over hot coals for St. Elmo's Bread Pudding in Indianapolis, IN. I'd walk all the way from Chicago to Indy just for that.

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  91. Probably a dark chocolate brownie with some gooey caramel filling or topping. YUMM

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  92. Oh gosh we're such dessert whores...we'd probably walk on coals for just about anything. But we'd RUN across those coals for our momma's cappucino brownies...

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  93. Hazelnut Crepe Cake... mmm. With a cup of joe!

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  94. A chocolate and orange rum cake. Soo good!

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  95. walker shortbread cookies!!!!!

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  96. COOKIES!!! Any kind! Any time! Any size fire!

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  97. A simple and delicious dessert- vanilla cake with a sour cream chocolate frosting (and rainbow sprinkles!)

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  98. If there's going to be coals, there'd better be...s'mores!!

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  99. Regular old cake with cream cheese icing. It's DELICIOUS!

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  100. Chrissy BattagliaMarch 2, 2011 at 9:36 AM

    Tiramisu!!! Espresso and cookies and chocolate all together = Heaven! :)

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  101. A really fabulous bowl of vanilla ice cream with rhubarb sauce.

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  102. A trio of creme brulee, just like I had the first time I visited Paris. Brings tears to my eyes just thinking about it. The visit to Paris AND the creme brulee.

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  103. Chocolate Almond Croissant...love, love, love it!

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  104. Buttermilk pie! mmmm....custardy and delish!!
    Emily R

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  105. I would walk across hot coals for salted carmel ice cream!

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  106. I would walk across hot coals for anything from Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream (gotta rep my 'hood)!

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  107. Oh Heather you are absolutely adorable! It was so much fun to get a glimpse of you and your little Biscuit in that amazing place where you create your photo stylings. So awesome! Lately, I find myself craving a simple Boston Creme Pie. Great giveaway too! xo ~Lili

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  108. I'd walk across hot coals for an all-you-can eat Lindt chocolate buffet.

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  109. Chocolate-peanut butter bundt cake with salted caramel sauce!

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  110. The Belgian Chocolate souffle I had at a Greek restaurant this weekend. Oh. My. God. It was revelatory =)

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  111. yellow cake with chocolate frosting - a classic that never lets you down :)

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  112. I'd pick the lemon-blueberry panna cotta I had at Gautreau's with my dad at our last fine-dining meal together before Katrina. It sparked a deep love of panna cotta, especially with blueberries.

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  113. The perfect cheesecake. If it's perfect it does not need all that fancy stuff going on. Just the creamy goodness of a plain cheesecake!

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  114. Anything from Bouchon Bakery. yum

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  115. if i had to choose one thing... proooobably a caramel crunch tart. sweet, salty, rich, creamy, crunchy... perfect :)

    jpinnick86 at gmail dot com

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  116. I've been TOTALLY distracted for the last 30 minutes by those chocolate chip cookie dough stuffed cinnamon rolls! I was going to say the best dessert is chocolate chip with toasted pecans cookie dough cold out of the frig, but now I'll have to wrap a little cinnamon roll around it . . . well, around part of the dough. I'm in heaven! :)

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  117. I would do Bikram yoga for 10 hours if you gave me the desert that my husband and I treat ourselves to from a local restaurant. It has a peanut butter/caramel hot sauce on the bottom of a ceramic tall mug, on top of that you have a hot chocolate, almost souflee-like cake on top, then topped with a rich hot chocolate sauce and vanilla bean ice cream. Like I said...10 hours of excruciating pain for this would be worth it! :)

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  118. Ooooh! I hope I win this, I love David's blog. I'd walk across hot coals for a really wonderful chocolate bread pudding with creme anglaise.

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  119. my mom's lemon meringue pie which is my dad's favorite "birthday cake". flaky pie crust with tart lemon filling & sweet, creamy meringue. the perfectly browned meringue curls draw me in.

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  120. Lemon Lush! Made by my Grandma. THE BEST

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  121. Oohh...right about now I'd walk across hot coals for a double-lemon tart (lemon tart bottom with lemon curd on top - so incredibly delicious!!)

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  122. Anything Chocolate and rich! Maybe Chocolate eclair cake. Home made baby Ruth bars. Or special K bars! Brownie cheesecake! Oh and peanut butter... peanut squares. My sweet tooth makes me walk across fire for many things. :)

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  123. Halo Halo - a popular Philippine Dessert. It consists of finely-shaved ice and a delightful concoction of preserved sweets such as young shredded coconut, beans, boiled banana chunks, macapuno, sago and gelatin, all topped with crispy popped rice and a glob of ice cream. Sounds intimidating but it's absolutely delicious!

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  124. I would walk across hot coals for molten lava cake.

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  125. a moist coconut cake with coconut frosting or cannolis!

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  126. I'm a complete cupcake girl, but lately, I have been loving Alton Brown's "the Chewy" chocolate chip cookies. I even baked them into Kristen over at "Confessions of a Cookbook Queen's" Cookie Cake Cupcakes. When I'm not munching that, I have to go with my heritage and say fresh MacKenzies King Cake from New Orleans with a side of Hot Beignets from Cafe Du Monde.

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  127. I would walk through hot coals for a walnut cake with walnut/mocha buttercream frosting. Yep, yep I would!

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  128. Big, super soft, almost-doughy-in-the-center, intensely sweet sugar cookies. So simple. So epic.

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  129. Brandy-poached pears with candied ginger!

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  130. My favorite dessert is mocha torte! Love it!!!

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  131. I'm obsessed with chocolate mousse recently. I'm doing a Fulbright in Belgium right now and the stuff is everywhere, and I've finally honed my mousse-making skills to, IMHO, perfection. I'm also kind of obsessed with vlaai, which is a Dutch/Flemish type of pie. The crust is yeasty and ohsoyummy.

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  132. I would do just about anything for a good Tiramisu!

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  133. I'd walk across hot coals just for this dessert. I haven't even made it yet but I'm DYING to try it::

    http://www.cherryteacakes.com/2011/02/smore-s-e-x-cake.html

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  134. I would walk across fire for a delicious, detectable Tiramisu. My mom got me loving this dessert at a young age and it is my favorite sweet treat :)

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  135. a vanilla cupcake with vanilla frosting, preferably from Magpies Cakes...or maybe courtesy of you, Miss Sprinkle Bakes! xoxo

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  136. Such a cute photo - I love the pups in the background! :-)

    Two things I would sacrifice the soles of my feet for:
    1) Your pumpkin spiced latte cheesecake ( I made it for Thanksgiving last year and Oh.My!)
    2) Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes.

    These two have become staples in my recipe collection. YUM!

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  137. My favorite used to be bread puddings of all kind. But after last week's successful attempt at making your macarons, they're my new favorite. Thank you for such a detailed tutorial & perfect recipe!!

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  138. A perfect chocolate chip cookie that is big, soft, yet dense and a little crispy around the edges...served fresh out of the oven with some vanilla Hagen Das!
    PS: those cccd stuffed cinnamon rolls can't be real?!

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  139. Oatmeal chocolate chop cookies!

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  140. This is not easy, but I recently had a dark chocolate and blood orange souffle that I am afraid I ate too quickly to appreciate...I'd love another chance to eat that sometime soon...yum...

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  141. at just about any given moment I would absolutely kill to have my mother's creme brulee (from the joy of cooking). I also fell madly in love with the Doughnut Plant on a recent trip to NYC and it's actually all thanks to David Lebovitz!

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  142. Cream Cheese filled cupcakes - chocolate cupcake filled with chocolate chip cream cheese. Best cupcake I ever ate!

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  143. Chocolate Truffles, love 'em!

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  144. Brownie sundae with peppermint stick ice cream and homemade hot fudge.

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  145. Chocolate cheesecake from Zingerman's Deli Next Door in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The only chocolate cheesecake I've ever liked. Dang it. I don't live there anymore and I haven't been able to replicate it. Also they don't have it as a mail-order option.

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  146. http://picky-palate.com/2009/04/06/peanut-butter-and-jelly-swirled/


    yum!

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  147. Mmmmmmm ginger lime creme brulee

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  148. Molten chocolate cake with sour cherries and fresh whipped cream. Oh my.

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  149. My mom makes this sour cherry and sour cream cake that looks like a little cottage...it's been my birthday cake request just about as long as i knew better. Yum!

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  150. As of right now I think a good cannoli, ends dipped in chopped pistachios, would be mighty nice!

    Cheers,

    *Heather*

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  151. Ooooh strawberry and banana cream pie! SO GOOD

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  152. I would probably walk across hot coals for just about any dessert....except one with raisins! Ha :) I do love chocolate cake though..

    -Marissa
    http://noraisinsonmyparade.com

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  153. Red velvet whoopie pie with cream cheese filling! So yum!!

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  154. I'd walk anywhere for a hummingbird cupcake frosted simply with whipped cream!

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  155. I'll work across hot coals for anything HOME BAKED! LOVE home baked cakes!!

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  156. He had me at Chocolate Pecan Tart. Who wouldnt want a piece of that!?!?!?

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  157. I'd walk across coals for a strawberry filled, vanilla cake with whipped frosting from my favorite childhood bakery. It closed when I was in high school and I've come close to recreating it...but it's just not the same.

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  158. my grandmother's chocolate fudge - absolutely perfect!

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  159. i would do just about anything for gateau basque.

    on sundays the japanese/french bakery across from my gym makes an almond flour gateau basque, and it is the reason why my workouts on sunday seem so much longer than they do any other day of the week!

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  160. Brownies-the good ones that are like fudge!

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  161. chocolate & espresso layered cheesecake with dark chocolate ganache…YUM!
    love the photograph on today's post!
    thanks heather for including me in this fab giveaway!!!

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  162. Chocolate chip cookies fresh out of the oven...

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  163. King of the Paris Kouglof http://tinyurl.com/5v38nzs

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  164. Salted Caramel Budino from Barbuzzo in Philly! Chocolate cookie crust filled with rich butterscotch pudding and topped with creamy salted caramel and a dollop of fresh whipped cream. Like Heaven in your mouth!! Your triple salted caramel cupcakes are right up there with this one!!!!

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  165. I would have to say fudge. To me, there is nothing better than that. I would definitely walk across coals for that.

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  166. creme brulee

    brookeiturner(at)gmail(dot)com

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  167. Oh yeah, that malted-toasted marshmallow cake looks worthy. Wow.

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  168. Lately, my obsession is making Black Forest Cake. Deep chocolate cake, whipped cream, and homemade cherry filling. Divine!

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  169. chocolate cheesecake for me!!
    carole
    gram122@comcast.net

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  170. I'd have to say Macrons! The are delicious and subtle and so visually appealing!

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  171. Oh, geez. I have to narrow it to one? OK... so I want to just cop out and say chocolate, but it has to be really, really good chocolate. If I named a dessert made with that chocolate though it would actually have to be Dorie Greenspan's recipe for Gooey Chocolate Cakes made with bittersweet Callebaut chocolate. Otherwise, chocolate chip cookies! :)

    Thanks for holding the giveaway! **fingers crossed**

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  172. Warm and gooey bread pudding with caramel sauce and french vanilla ice-cream....sitting next to a window watching the rain drops.

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  173. I would do anything for chocolate chip cookie dough bites covered in melted chocolate or pumpkin ice cream pie. Yum.

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  174. Anything lemon!...lemon meringue, lemon curd..pie, tarts...yummmmy!

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  175. Anything that is made with nutella. So awesome!

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  176. Grandma Olson's 'Lemon Meringue Pie'!

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  177. Cream Puffs make me just wanna dive right in!

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  178. I would do ANYTHING for some chocolate pudding right now. Been craving it for two weeks and I feel like I'm dying.

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  179. I would go to the end of the earth for this special chocolate fudge with berry sauce cream puff. I had one at the state fair in Alaska and seriously, for years I went to random festivals, craft shows, you name it, just to have one decadent chocolate fudge with berry sauce cream puff. They're huge. They're chocolate. They're berry-licious. They're worth a walk through fire!

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  180. I would walk across *BURNING* hot coal for some Ginger Spice Chocolate Chip Muffins. :D

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  181. I'd walk 10,000 miles AND hot coals for s'mores bars! This has been the #1 foodie discovery of my life!

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