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  • 08-23-2011, 07:38 PM
    GrossmanSheepdog
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Jankipotamus View Post
    i can 100% appreciate the aesthetics of it and the amazing talent it takes to create.... But I must be honest, does not look like a meal i would enjoy! Once again I love reading your reviews whether its my cup of tea or not!
    What he said.
  • 02-14-2011, 04:02 PM
    LunchMoney
    I worked at a place who served food like this, maybe the most intense kitchen I ever worked in. Small kitchen hot as hell summer time that kitchen got up to 120f I would drink 12l of water a day.

    I never thought of food like this but let me tell you that after seeing what goes into making these dishes its all about the appreciation of the food and the art. that all looked like something amazing and I could only imagine the flavors hitting the tongue. I am not a jealous person but damn I wouldn't mind having that for dinner.
  • 02-10-2011, 01:38 AM
    PASSMORE
    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    i assure you no sewer rat was eaten... out of curiosity - what guts does it take to eat vegetables? people keep saying "i wouldn't try it" but i really don't understand why someone would not? what in this meal looks like it might kill you?

    people's perception of food is pretty limited thanks to 24 hour supermarkets and industrial (and destructive) agriculture. if it does not come in a nice & shiny packages, does that make it inedible?

    - chuck
    INDEED.
  • 02-06-2011, 04:22 AM
    lightlysalted
    I'm going to be studying abroad in Denmark in a coming year... this place looks really interesting. Unusual, but I'm all for trying unusual culinary experiences... this may just creep its way up my to-do list as well...
  • 08-06-2009, 01:26 AM
    carendt242
    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    I gotta say man I commend you! I love to eat but I don't think I could muster the guts to try 90% of that stuff.

    As Samuel L Jackson said, Sewer rat may taste like pumpkin pie but I'd never know. . .

    Sure does look fancy!

    i assure you no sewer rat was eaten... out of curiosity - what guts does it take to eat vegetables? people keep saying "i wouldn't try it" but i really don't understand why someone would not? what in this meal looks like it might kill you?

    people's perception of food is pretty limited thanks to 24 hour supermarkets and industrial (and destructive) agriculture. if it does not come in a nice & shiny packages, does that make it inedible?

    - chuck
  • 08-05-2009, 06:15 AM
    anon
    I gotta say man I commend you! I love to eat but I don't think I could muster the guts to try 90% of that stuff.

    As Samuel L Jackson said, Sewer rat may taste like pumpkin pie but I'd never know. . .

    Sure does look fancy!
  • 08-05-2009, 05:49 AM
    carendt242
    for those that are interested, the report finally wrote itself (i'm pretty happy with it but now i see why editors have jobs - would make my life a lot easier!):

    ChuckEats blog noma (Denmark, Copenhagen) - eating with the earth

    - chuck
  • 07-06-2009, 07:38 PM
    carendt242
    It was beef tartar and that's their signature dish - i actually ate at a very good place for lunch and they basically stole the dish :-P When the chef visited Manresa last year, they served it with ox and that was pretty special. This particular one - the beef was quite young and minimally dry-aged (if at all) - still very good with the wood sorrel - but I preferred the gaminess of the ox.

    - chuck
  • 07-06-2009, 02:39 PM
    Turbology
    Haha the presentation fills all kinds of Scandinavian stereotypes I have in my mind. Minimalistic and clean without being pretentious.

    How were those smoked quail eggs and what kind of tartar was that?
  • 06-25-2009, 01:59 PM
    Whitlock
    Excellent as always! Looking forward to the London portion of your trip.
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