image from netflix.com This month, I hosted the first Food'N'Flix event of 2020; and I asked the bloggers to watch Always Be My Maybe and, hopefully, be inspired into the kitchen. You can read my invitation: here . Not surprisingly, since the female lead character is a chef who makes largely Asian cuisine, we all leaned that way. I had been hoping that someone went for a dish that drew on the scene with Keanu Reeves in what I'm going to call the avant garde restaurant. I mean...dishes that play with the concept of time, an all-black monochrome course, soup extracted in a centrifuge, or sugar bubbles?! All sounded so ridiculous as to be intriguing. Ha. That scene reminded me of a $400 per person dinner that I was lucky enough to get as a work assignment years ago. This was one of the courses with new age-y foam. On the menu it was just described as "sculpted avocado with hand-foraged seaweeds." No foam listed. My husband scoffed when he saw
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