The most memorable dish I had at the parade of wonders that is Wylie Dufresne’s WD-50 restaurant in downtown New York consisted of pickled beef tongue with cubes of fried mayonnaise, tomato molasses, and a row each of lettuce and onion diced impossibly small. It wasn’t just the wizardry of frying mayonnaise […] It was the wittiness of the dish as a whole: the deconstructed deli sandwich was Mr Dufresne’s tip of the toque to his neighborhood’s eastern European Jewish heritage.
Zitatpop nach Gastronomenart. Das gefällt uns. (via Huffington Post)
(Bild: „WD-50“ von Eddie does Japan)