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    JackPMiller On the Game Day Roster

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    http://www.nbc10.com/food/10915370/detail.html

    N.J. Dessert Restaurant Sells $1,000 Brownie

    POSTED: 5:18 pm EST February 2, 2007
    UPDATED: 5:32 pm EST February 2, 2007

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Chocolate lovers will have to dig into their wallets if hey want to invest in a New Jersey treat.

    A dessert-only restaurant in the Quarter at Tropicana Casino in Atlantic City is serving up a $1,000 brownie.

    The dessert is a brownie with hazelnuts imported from Italy, topped with gold dust.

    It's served with a vintage port wine in a $750 baccarat crystal that the eater gets to keep as a souvenir.

    The delicacy is for sale at Brulee.
     
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    "Man, Mrs. Claus, she would make these brownies... they were so good I could eat ONE of 'em man!!!"
     
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    Wow, talk about having more money than sense.
     
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    I would buy it, and eat, it if it came in Jessica Simpsons azzz:rocker:
     
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    #12 Jersey

    In their defense, it looks preeeetty darn tasty
     

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