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First is bass cooking on a stone. Second is pigeon, so is the third.
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you should post on eGullet. that site is fascinating.
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Looks beautiful and delicious. Not sure about the chip.

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Pheasant en salmis
Edited by ehkay - 10/19/12 at 3:49pm
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I made a Genovese pizza with pistachio-cilantro-chive-spinach-basil pesto and brussel sprouts. I didn't have time to preheat the oven, which made it come out a little white, but it was awesome and modernist.
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I made the beets. They're delicious. But I waste a ton of salt. Beets might be on the top of my favorite vegetables list now
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Toro escabeche



Guinea hen with potatoes, grapes, apples, onions and mushrooms

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Ichi









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was it killer?
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Honestly, I have no frame of reference. I ate fish I'd never had before (I am generally a pretty picky eater), but it was mighty tasty. The first picture is beef, cooked sous vide then seared. Ridiculous. I missed pictures on some of the courses (?). I ordered some stuff, but somehow got what the chef decided I needed to have. I could have been salty, but I went with it and am happy I did. I also drank some wine on tap.
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I made a Genovese pizza with pistachio-cilantro-chive-spinach-basil pesto and brussel sprouts. I didn't have time to preheat the oven, which made it come out a little white, but it was awesome and modernist.

Is this from the Chad Hennes collection?
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Was delicious. Topped with sauce made from yogurt and burnt eggplants.
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Hühnerfrikassee.

A very simple version of it. Just sear some cubed chicken breasts, make a roux, add water, add a ton of English curry (oddly enough, the English curry from Aldi is fantastic for it). Simmer, add chicken, add some cream, eat. Awesome comfort food with great curry flavor.
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