A rustic American dessert consisting of warmed marshmallows and chocolate sandwiched between two graham crackers. Traditionally, the marshmallow is toasted on a skewer over a campfire before being sandwiched with the chocolate, although variations of the dessert are found on many restaurant dessert menus. The heat from the marshmallow melts the chocolate.
The fruit of the coconut palm, made up of a fibrous husk surrounding large, brown, hard-shelled seed. The coconut seed contains white flesh surrounding a juice-filled central cavity. Unripe coconut flesh is jellylike; when ripe the flesh becomes firm and white in color. The flesh of the coconut is shredded for use in food
As the humble food truck has risen in popularity, more and more creative chefs and entrepreneurs are jumping on board, bringing white-table dining ideologies and gourmet predilections to the streets. For Dessert Truck in New York City, that means creating sweets for every day enjoyment. Street carts and, more recently, a crop of food … Continue reading →
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