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Sweet And Charred: Your Best Grilled Desserts

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Sweet And Charred: Your Best Grilled Desserts

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Sweet And Charred: Your Best Grilled Desserts

Sweet And Charred: Your Best Grilled Desserts

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On Our Soapbox Blog

We're searching for the perfect summer grilled dessert, so send in your favorite recipes. The best of the bunch will be presented to a panel of judges, who will then pick the ultimate grilled treat.

(Soundbite of song, "Hot Barbecue")

PUCHO & HIS LATIN SOUL BROTHERS: Hot barbecue.

LIANE HANSEN, host:

Coming up - the best cookbooks of the summer - whether you like Asian, Latin or anything but meat, there's something for everyone. Don't forget, we want to know what you're cooking over the fire this summer. But the twist is that we want hear about the desserts you'll be making on the grill. I recently found one for an upside-down cake in Rachael Ray's magazine. That doesn't count. We want your recipes.

The best will be presented to a panel of chefs and they'll pick the winner. We will award bonus points for creativity. But please, no obscure ingredients. Send your grilled dessert recipes to our blog, npr.org/soapbox.

(Soundbite of song, "Hot Barbecue")

PUCHO & HIS LATIN SOUL BROTHERS: Hot barbecue.

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