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    Looks like a phenomenal meal -- thanks for the pics/ write-up.
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    Some of those dishes would be pretty adventurous fare for me, but looks like another memorable experience for sure.

    Glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for the writeup!

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    The craziest thing was part of the Squad dish, you can see the head of the bird cut in half and coated with an herb powder. We were instructed to lift the head by the beak and suck the brains out...not my favorite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    The craziest thing was part of the Squad dish, you can see the head of the bird cut in half and coated with an herb powder. We were instructed to lift the head by the beak and suck the brains out...not my favorite.
    Lol, right? Thanks for the walkthrough though, very cool to see that sort of stuff. I really enjoy working with more of the nontraditional meats such as wild game and such, but dont get much of a chance to...someday in the near future though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    The craziest thing was part of the Squad dish, you can see the head of the bird cut in half and coated with an herb powder. We were instructed to lift the head by the beak and suck the brains out...not my favorite.
    Sounds more like a "Fear Factor" challenge than a course in a fancy restaurant!

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    Looks great.

    The preserved carrot is also very Noma-esque.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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