The Amarillo brownie will make you swallow your tongue!
According to legend, the dessert was commissioned in 1893 in Chicago from the baker of a hotel that would taste good to the ladies visiting the Chicago World Fair; the cake had to fit in their lunch box. So the baker made a cake with chocolate and nut pieces, topped with apricot icing. The Brownie is typically cut into squares and by its nature resembles something in between a cake and a cookie. There are as many variations as there are bakers, it all depends on the quantity and variety of chocolate, dough, and the time of baking.
The Brownie made in Amarillo is juicy and heavily chocolaty, it is served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Mmm ...
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