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Dessert Haiku stimulates your exotic sweet tooth while feeding the mind. The cornerstone to making first-rate desserts is using fresh ingredients to create real food made simply. Welcome Dessert Haiku into your food and poetry love life. Deliver a taste sensation of sweetness while uncovering dozens of fresh dessert recipes from around the world. Gratify a bland ...more
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Ivy Newton-Gamble is a graduate of Florida A & M University earning a B.A. in Sociology. She is also an avid reader and traveler fascinated by people and African cultural traditions. Her goal is to make African desserts as common place as French pastries and African main courses a regular weekday dish. She currently lives in Florida tending to her garden of organically grown fruits and ...more
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