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    Quote Originally Posted by tkern View Post
    Very similar to the food at Noma. Very clean.
    I checked the location tag of the OP right after seeing the pictures. I love the presentation but boy do you guys love slate.

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    Great pics!

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    Wow, beautiful.

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    Looking good N

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    Tank you All

    Yes we like slate in Denmark

    This was a project we had a couple of days ago, we Were shooting some pictures for a calender. Rustic Winter food, i am together with another chef the chef and stylist. Not the photograper, the photographer was amazing, she had the coolest ideas. And she Wanted All the pictures takning outsider Right ón the Beach close to our hotel.

    I Will post more pictures when i receive Them

    The eg dish is a buttermilksoup, with sousvide eg, musli/crumble of chickenskin, bacon, different roasted grains. Plated outside in the snow


    Thanks again for your kind words.

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    Fantastic.

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    Beautiful presentation in any language!

    Hax CLEAVERS RULE!!!
    A barbeque believer will not profane pork by boiling, liquid-smoking, submeging in sous-vide, or affirm with those who do.

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    Fantastic job. Beautiful presentation. I had to look at this before eating breakfast - now I am starving

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    Thanks Peco for your assistance, my photo skills isn´t the best so the photos are not fair for the dishes.

    Foie gras







    Lamb





    old school




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    U R welcome, it was fun

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