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Fond Foodie Farewell to 2012

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Fond Foodie Farewell to 2012
CHOCOLATE CHERRIES JUBILEE / Text by Aemelia Hudson / Photo by Andrew Cebulka
Photo by Andrew Cebulka
Chocolate Cherries Jubilee

I’ve got a very important question to ask you. What is the last thing you’re going to eat in the year 2012? If you’re not planning to be out on the town tonight, then the world is your oyster when it comes to your culinary finale to the year. If you’re looking for inspiration, I’ll point you in the direction of the progressive dinner TLP sent six fabulous foodies on through Charleston to ring in the New Year. Their desert is certainly a fitting finish to not only their dinner, but to 2012. Pastry Chef Emily Cookson told us about her recipe choice of Chocolate Cherries Jubilee, “I like updating an old-fashioned dessert like cherries jubilee, a celebration of old and new—what New Year’s Eve is all about.” I couldn’t have said it better myself!

Chocolate Cherries Jubilee
(Crêpes and Vanilla Ice Cream with a Cherry Red Wine and Brandy Sauce)
from Chef Emily Cookson of Charleston Grill in Charleston SC