Palm Beach Illustrated

History of Palm Beach in 4 Plates


“Key lime pie has always been on our menu,” says pastry chef Emma Isakoff. “I wanted to put a modern take on it and also give it a winter flavor profile.” To accomplish this, she begins or almond cake. A Swiss meringue, which Isakoff caramelizes with a blowtorch, signals the grand finale. The finished product is a Florida staple à la Jackson Pollock.

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