NYC's Most Creative Crème Brûlées

Oh, crème brûlée. You're about as relevant as the molten chocolate cake: a dessert fad (gaining serious popularity thanks to restaurants in NYC) symbolizing wealth, extravagance, and decadence from the late 20th century that is so overdone, lower-tier restaurant chains have you on their dessert menus for less than $7. In case you've been living under a rock since the 1980's, a crème brûlée is a French dessert consisting of sweet custard and topped with crisp caramel, made by taking a kitchen torch to a layer of straight up sugar. C'est la vie.

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