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How to Get Dominique Ansel's Salted Caramel Apple Pie on Your Thanksgiving Table

Every time you walk past Dominique Ansel Bakery and Dominique Ansel Kitchen (both in New York City), there's a line wrapped around the corner. What's so special, you ask? Well, not only did the chef create an entirely new category of hybrid food with his revolutionary Cronut, but he continues to serve up unparalleled recipes that do, in fact, deserve praise, including this elevated take on a classic Fall staple: salted caramel apple pie.
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