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Bill Leslie's Carolina Conversations

N.C.'s best dessert

Posted August 30, 2010 9:37 a.m. EDT
Updated August 30, 2010 1:21 p.m. EDT

What is North Carolina's best restaurant dessert? Let's crown a winner and put a cherry on top.

I don't often eat dessert when dining out. But when I go to The Angus Barn on a special occasion I cannot resist Van Eure's chocolate chess pie. I would rank this award-winning recipe as my all-time favorite restaurant dessert.

Crook's Corner in Chapel Hill has a seasonal favorite in honeysuckle sorbet. However, there is usually no more than a three-week window to enjoy that tasty treat

Irregardless in Raleigh used to serve up the best French silk pie I can recall.

What is your favorite restaurant dessert?