Delicious Ficticious Dishes

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Literature is full of descriptions of food that make readers' mouths water, and sometimes those rhapsodic descriptions are even better than the actual food itself! Take Proust, for example. French author Marcel Proust described a simple madeleine, a petite, buttery sponge cake, as the epic taste sensation that ignited his flood of memories in the book The Remembrance of Things Past. Problem is, can a little bitty sponge cake stand up to the weight of expectations? That's the true challenge of all fictitious dishes - tasting as good as they sound. Now, off to the catalog to find a book (NOT by Proust) but that combines Remembrance and a very stately Madeleine.

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