Saturday, November 9, 2013

Why Destroying Your Food is Perfectly Acceptable

The best part of a perfectly sculptural and stunning dish....

North End Grill's shockingly beautiful Butterscotch Pot de Crème


...is messing it up.

North End Grill's Butterscotch Pot de Crème, post destruction

I always say food is a form of artistic expression, but unlike most other mediums, success is often measured by how quickly you destroy it. What's your favorite beautiful dish to 'destroy'?

9 comments:

  1. That looks sinful!!! What are the elements of this dish?

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    1. Butterscotch pudding with chocolate streusel topping , scotch infused marshmallows and salted caramel hiding at the bottom of the bowl (you can see it oozing out in the 2nd pic).

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  2. I like to destroy the quesadilla from TH. Destroy it in my tummy.

    HOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOO!

    PJJ

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  3. Beautifully destructive. Looks like a tornado tore through a Japanese sand garden, but I am sure it tasted wonderful.

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  4. I like, above all else, to have a blog where pictures are of food that was really eaten. So the last one above is perfect!

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  5. This looks amazing!! Also, I agree with previous comment (Paula's). I'll be at North End Grill stuffing my face if you need me.

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