When it comes to dessert, it’s easy to offer a warm chocolate cake or an apple pie, items that are generally popular with those customers who are already inclined to order something sweet at the end of the meal. Yet many consumers remain hesitant to part with their cash without good reason, and only 10.4 percent of meals or snacks ordered at restaurants include a dessert, according to consumer research firm The NPD Group. However, some chefs are finding that unusual desserts can give ...
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