Isn’t this a beautiful image?
It reminds me of that Kohler faucet TV commercial: I want to design a room around it.
It, in this case, is an omelet with a mushroom base. A pastry brush was used to create the stripes. It is one of many intriguing works of food art in the six-volume Modernist Culture: The Art and Science of Cooking by Nathan Myhrvold and his team of Seattle-based chefs.
Myhrvold is renown for his use of modern techniques and space-age ingredients.
I just like the pretty pictures.
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When I was a humor editor at Hallmark Cards back in the day, part of my job was to read greeting card copy and look for any possible innuendo.
Was it dirty or gross? Could people take it wrong? Especially it if was unintentional, it was my job to suss it out.
Apparently the writers of these cookbooks don’t think that way.
“Dump” to them only has the one meaning…to ‘drop heavily or suddenly,’ which appears to be their intent.
But every time the infomercial airs — and it airs a lot —
I’m afraid a very different and unappetizing meaning for ‘dump’ comes to mind.
Sorry, Cathy. I’m ordering takeout.
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