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That last category includes The Voyage from the Indies ($42), with John Dory fillets on a cabbage salad with mango-apple compote and a sauce bright yellow from turmeric.
There’s a vanilla bean crème brulee that’s accompanied by a strawberry balsamic compote.
Belgium: Near the Morocco pavilion Eat: Belgian waffles with either warm chocolate ganache or berry compote.
Corn pancakes with plum compote at Roberta’s were right up my alley as was finding double-denim ensembles in Bushwick’s flea markets.
Today the market features Bosnian smoked meats, soft cheeses, jars of sweet cherry compote and a wall of European chocolate temptations.
Larduinat's signatures are whimsical touches such as swirled yuzu meringue, delicate shavings of white chocolate dyed pink, and banana–brown sugar compote fillings.
Notes of plums, pomegranate seeds, blackberry compote and savory herbs will harmonize with the smoky, grilled salmon and make the dill sing.
The elegant confection gets a royal treatment with a blueberry compote, lavender-honey foam and lemon poppy-seed sorbet.
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