As the mercury finally edges upward, chefs and restaurateurs are looking to warm-weather desserts to help bolster flagging check averages. Many are hoping their summer dessert menus will help to fire up consumers' spending habits, chilled by lingering economic uncertainty and the prolonged bout of unseasonable weather that has extended well into the spring. However, getting customers to open their wallets a little further at the close of the dining experience takes more creativity than ...
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