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14th Course: Heather-Smoked Turbot & Moss

Heather-Smoked Turbot & MossTurbot emulsion.
Notes: Strips of turbot were curled beneath the head of moss, dotted with petals of heather. The sauce was poured tableside. The dish was presented along with a bowl of heather that had been singed just before service, so that it gave off a subtle smoke at the table.
GeraniumCopenhagen, Denmark(February 1, 2013)
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foodpornstars:

14th Course: Heather-Smoked Turbot & Moss

Heather-Smoked Turbot & Moss
Turbot emulsion.

Notes: Strips of turbot were curled beneath the head of moss, dotted with petals of heather. The sauce was poured tableside. The dish was presented along with a bowl of heather that had been singed just before service, so that it gave off a subtle smoke at the table.

Geranium
Copenhagen, Denmark
(February 1, 2013)

the ulterior epicure | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Bonjwing Photography

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