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Allison Thomas
Allison Thomas • 3 years ago

"Foie Gras, Cherries, Fresh Chamomile" at Corton in NYC: One of the most amazing dishes in the world. You had me at morel brioche, but then you had to throw in the cherry-shaped foie. Tastes like heaven!!!

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