Wolvesmouth’s Chef Craig Thornton on the art of underground dining:
“The opening dish is venison, ripped apart and strewn onto the plate to look like a bloody and decayed piece of meat,” says Craig Thornton of the visceral food he will be serving up at Cut Your Teeth, the collaborative installation made with artist Matthew Bone that opens today at the Santa Monica Museum of Art. “You are eating something that looks eerily similar to a deer carcass, but the dish itself includes moss, blackberry beet gastrique, coffee cocoa crumble and purple cabbage.”
Duck in Cubism. Tonight in GLASS. #cubism #food #berlin (at Glass Berlin)
Duck in cubism.
Alright, it’s time for the next promo video installment of the ever-changing menu at Next: Chicago Steak.
Super fun and playful, but from what I’m gathering, the price of admission includes a LOT of drinking (may I, unabashedly, take a giant swig from a bottle of Van Winkle Family Reserve, too?), and a slab of raw meat.
I would have liked a little more showcasing on the actual food the menu will present — and Next’s techniques in tackling it, a la its elBulli menu promo — but these guys look like they had a good ol’ time making this.