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torym Aug 24, 2008 03:08 PM

Writer looking for source: a home cook or restaurant patron who buys/eats/makes mini or shot glass desserts in Palm Beach County. Just want to ask a few questions: where to buy good ones, what's the appeal (price, calories?), etc.

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    meb903 Aug 24, 2008 04:30 PM

    the only place i have had the mini desserts are at Seasons 52 in Boca - they make the most delicious desserts in a shot glass. The appeal is that you can taste a sinful dessert at a low price (i think they were either $1.50 or $2.50 each - i don't remember as it was last year) and small calories. sometimes after a big dinner, you can't eat a full dessert, but these went down very easily. i think i had a pecan pie, my cousin had something apple pieish, my husband had some kind of chocolate cream pie, i think. they were yummy!

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      torym Aug 30, 2008 04:25 AM

      Pringle, are you in PBCo? If so, pls email me contact info. I'd like to speak to your briefly by phone and quote you in a newspaper food article. I'm going to split the email in hopes of it not being harvested by spammers. @gmail.com is the end and the front part is flavors2go. thanks!

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      pringle347 Aug 25, 2008 07:28 PM

      FYI, in north Broward I know of two places: The Fresh Market in Coral Springs now sells shot glass desserts at their bakery counter. There is also a Fresh Market in Southeast Boca. Second, and also in Coral Springs, is a place called The Breakfast Joint. They have also begun selling these kind of desserts, and despite the name, they are open at night too. They are in the Shoppes at Heron Lakes, just south of the Sawgrass on Coral Ridge Drive and Westview Drive.

      http://thebreakfastjoint.com/

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        pringle347 Aug 25, 2008 07:32 PM

        And the appeal is both the price and the size....sometimes all you want is a taste of something sweet without a zillion calories and all that goes with it.

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          torym Aug 30, 2008 04:18 AM

          Pringle, are you in PBCo? If so, pls email me contact info. I'd like to speak to your briefly and quote you in a newspaper food article. I'm going to split the email in hopes of it not being harvested by spammers. @gmail.com and the front part is flavors2go. thanks!

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