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Dayton OH: The Killer Brownie from Dorothy Lane Market

When I checked in at the hotel, the staff member told me that if I was going to dinner in Oakwood, I had to stop by Dorothy Lane for their killer brownie---named top 10 in the U. S. I reminded her that my mom was in the competition but that I would be sure to try it.

I didn’t realize that Killer Brownie is the official name of the dish. This brownie is indeed impressive. It is both much thicker than the typical brownie. It is also very dense---most cakey brownies are not this dense. The taste is very flavorful but not overwhelming. A layer of nuts and caramel is buried in the middle.

This brownie has great taste and provides a wonderful sense of indulgence. Mom, your crown is secure, but this killer brownie is pretty good.

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