Apple tarte tatin – Le Diplomate

Apple tarte tatin - Le Diplomate
Vanilla ice cream, whipped creme fraiche. $8
Le Diplomate, Washington DC

This dessert was delicious! But then I do love tarte tatins. This one was especially good and beautiful. I loved the large apple wedges and their magnificent color. The fruit still had a pleasant firmness to them which made them even better. Noms!

Cafe latte - Le Diplomate
Cafe latte. $4.50

Orchids, US Botanic Garden Conservatory
Orchids, US Botanic Garden Conservatory.

Summer berries – Volt

Summer berries - Volt
Blueberries and blackberries, buttermilk pudding, strawberry and mulberry sorbets, egg white vacherins. Tasting menu $95
Volt, Frederick MD

Yum, I really liked this dessert especially the berry sorbets. They had so much flavor and weren’t sugary sweet. I thought the little meringues were pretty cute and fun to eat too.

Espresso - Volt
Espresso. Single $3

Shenandoah National Park
Shenandoah National Park, VA.

French toast donut – Analog Coffee

French toast donut - Analog Coffee
Provided by Mighty-O donuts. $2
Analog Coffee, Seattle WA

Ugh, this donut was dry and gross and off-tasting. I later found out that it was vegan – no wonder. That just goes to show that some vegan food doesn’t come anywhere close to tasting as good as the original. The latte was ok, and the guys working the store were friendly enough. I hated that their wifi wasn’t working, lame…

Latte - Analog Coffee
Latte.

Papua New Guinea s’more – Dandelion Chocolate

Papua New Guinea s'more - Dandelion Chocolate
This dessert was really fun to eat! I loved the square, torched marshmallow filled with dark salted chocolate atop a crisp graham cracker. Mmm, so good and decadent! $4
Dandelion Chocolate, San Francisco CA

7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2014

Latte - Dandelion Chocolate
Latte. $3.75

Russian honey cake – 20th Century Cafe

Russian honey cake - 20th Century Cafe
Krasinski torte. $6
20th Century Cafe, San Francisco CA

Wow, I don’t know how they make this cake or what’s really in it, but it’s SO frickin’ good! I loved all the delicate layers and I felt somehow fancy just eating it, lol! This dessert is definitely a winner in my book.

7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2014

Latte - 20th Century Cafe
Latte.