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Save Room for the Wilkinsons

A Danish delight goes undercover at a Brooklyn saloon.

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Until now, probably the only place in New York where you could find ebelskivers on the menu was Shopsin’s, that idiosyncratic catchall of culinary arcana. In fact, it’s still the only place. At Henry Public, the spherical Danish pancakes, made in a cast-iron stovetop pan, are called Wilkinsons—a tribute to consulting chef (and former Top Chef culinary producer) Shannon Wilkinson. His take on the hollow-centered treat, which his mother made for him as a child, is served warm with a rum-caramel dipping sauce for dessert and jam for brunch, and is a fine, airy alternative to the more prevalent doughnut hole or beignet. 329 Henry St., nr. Pacific St., Cobble Hill; 718-852-8630.


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