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What's the Best Chocolate Dessert You've Ever Had?

Although I don't Tivo it, whenever I come across the Food Network's series The Best Thing I've Ever Ate, I can't help but tune in. I love hearing about the preferred dishes of celebrity chefs and learning how the restaurants prepare them.

Since we're all about chocolate this week, I want to know what's the best chocolate dessert you've ever had? Was it an amazing brownie? A scrumptious molten cake? An unbelievable gelato? Please share your most memorable chocolate experiences with us below!

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zacatecanita zacatecanita 6 years
Lava Chocolate Cake in a Restaurant in Oaxaca, Mex. And Mexican Chocolate Creme Brulee (Creme Brulee Cart) at the Eat Real Festival.
arcticpuppet arcticpuppet 6 years
chocolate backpack at red light in chicago! it's unbelievable! probably a 4-5 inch tall, hollow but super thick chocolate cube filled with mousse, fruit, and a raspberry sauce. absolutely incredible and it's definitely one of my favorite food memories [that entire meal was insane!] i highly recommend red light!
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 6 years
Chocolate fondue with a toasted marshmallow at Geja's Cafe was one of my best memories, but it was about 10 years ago. I also really like my gianduja chocolate mousse!
limelindsey limelindsey 6 years
There's a chocolate cake at this bakery called Metropol here in Eugene. They make a cake called "September 7th Cake" that is TO DIE. Chocolate cake, with an inch of whipped cream filling, frosted with chocolate mousse. Love.
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 6 years
Chocolate souffle cake with butter pecan ice cream from Stark's Steakhouse in Santa Rosa, Ca. Plus a glass of Warre's 1977 port. :)
dreamalittledream dreamalittledream 6 years
Chocolate No-No Bark. It's a layer of saltine crackers with a butter/brown sugar mix over it followed by a layer of melted chocolate. Refrigerate it overnight. Hands down the best and most addictive chocolate dessert I've ever eaten
steen steen 6 years
I love a basic, chewy fudge brownie with a little bit of fudge frosting on top! For something a little more upscale, FishBones (in Central Florida) has a delicious chocolate cherry dessert --- a giant, thin chocolate brownie with a little ball of chocolate cherry and vanilla mousse covered in ganache, all of it drizzled with chocolate sauce and garnished with glazed cherries. Mmmm!
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 6 years
This flourless chocolate cake
onlysourcherry onlysourcherry 6 years
at the risk of sounding declasse, the chocolate melting cake on carnival cruises is delicious...
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