Random Food Photos

#306

Is that the famous tasty paste?

#307

Pissing Shrimp. Mantis Prawns?

Had to try. Not so good.

Stick to the big boys.

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#308

Yes, fairly simple in composition but pretty tasty. It’s long cooked.

#309

Aging lockers and larders

Faviken

Geranium

Noma 2.0 (some items from 1 of their 3 different temperature-controlled lockers)

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#310

Babita Mexicuisine - Chile en Nogada

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#311

The late Veggo of CH used to make these. Nice.

#312

Wadatsumi - wagyu deep fried

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#313

That’s a really beautiful plate. Thanks for reminding about the place.

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#314

Was the batter undercooked?

#315

i don’t think it was. it tasted fine to me. I really like this place, their kushiage is pretty great IMO.

#316

Love that Chef Roberto…

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#317

We’re currently on a cruise up and back the Norwegian coast. We cruised on this line, Hurtigruten, last year when we went to Antarctica. This is their smallest ship with about 125 passengers. We enjoyed their food last year and are again so far. We’re not generally fans of cruise food, calling it “lowest common denominator,” feeding the masses. Here are some photos so far:

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#318

Wow. What did that piece of cantaloupe do to anyone? It’s all scarred up.

#319

LOL! Since we both actively dislike cantaloupe I hadn’t noticed :slight_smile:

#320

More.

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#321

Titled “Veiled Peasant Girls,” it’s a “royal” dessert in Norway. According to a recipe I read you make a ‘jam’ of apples and layer whipped cream/apple x 2, topping with chocolate and mint. A poor imitation but fun.

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#322

Diy butter + 2 month old opened skyr tagliolini truffle pasta.

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#323

Wasabi KIT KAT’s.

Only in Japan? :wink:

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#324

Of course not :slight_smile:
https://www.amazon.com/Japanese-Kit-Kat-Wasabi-Chocolate/dp/B00859PXXM

#325

Pick me up some?

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