Take your pick - choose anyone you want

Pick of something is usually used.

We were reviewing the pick of new magazines.

This is the pick of modern technologies.

But in a Cambridge dictionary sentence I found

Take your pick of any dessert on the cart.

How is any used here. Is it grammatical?

Thanks in advance........


Any is used here just as it would be used anywhere else.
It simply means that the listener can choose any of the deserts among many varieties that are present.

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