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Genuinely sour desserts?

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Genuinely sour desserts?

Pan | Mar 25, 2009 11:36 PM

When I get desserts or bubble tea with sour fruits and vegetables like passion fruit, lime, lemon, or rhubarb - or, for that matter, savory dishes with tamarind - I like to taste a good deal of genuine sourness. I feel like, if so much sugar is added that the result is completely or almost completely sweet, what's the point? So I ask you, where can I get desserts with genuine sourness - a genuinely limey key lime pie, a tangy rhubarb tart without strawberries, a bracingly sour passion fruit gelato? OK, I actually do have a source for that: A little shop between 33rd and 34th Sts. on the east side of 3rd Av. I was pleasantly surprised at how sour that gelato was and loved it! And serious bonus points for Indian restaurants that serve tamarind sauce that doesn't taste like black sugar syrup.

By the way, here's a thread that risks getting lost in "What's My Craving," started by a kindred spirit:

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/606492

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